Matching baby vest and hat in grey, navy blue and orange.
Cozy cabled sweater made out of 100% american wool. Blog post here.
This hat is made out of a lovely wool/alpaca blend yarn. I call it The Redwood Hat because the pattern reminds of me the redwood trees that are native to California.
Blue cardigan to complement the dress I made for my niece's 2nd birthday.
This was a baby shower gift for my husband's coworker, Jenni. I planned to make only the hoodie but decided to make the matching booties, since I had leftover yarn. I thought the red buttons were a nice contrast that added a little bit of playfulness.
This was a gift for my baby cousin, Mabel. I followed a pattern from Debbie Bliss but modified the stripes slightly. I also added the Giants logo with duplicate stitch, which I previously designed on knitter's graph paper.
Sweater that I made for my husband, Joel, as a Christmas gift. It was my first time adding a zipper to a knit item.
Simple slouchy beanie made out of a cashmere silk blend.
Christmas gift for my baby niece. I love the pockets in the contrasting color.
I made this for a White Elephant gift exchange at work, I thought it would be a whimsical gift.
This was a gift for my manager, when he had a baby. I started by making the sweater but ended up having enough yarn left over to make a matching hat.
Such a simple but impressive project. I knit this for my costume for a Halloween Gatsby party. It's knit with merino wool and a humane and sustainable rabbit fur yarn.
Lightweight cardigan with a peacock lace detail. Knit out of a blend of milk protein and merino wool.
Blue cardigan with waves and whales done in stranded knitting.
Hat and cowl set made with one of my favorite yarns.
This was a very fun project. It used three different yarns and three different stitch patterns.
Cabled cowl that can be converted into a regular scarf by unbuttoning it on the side.
This is one of my favorite projects. I love the color combination and the chevron pattern.
Cotton Summer dress and hat made for my niece.
As soon as I saw this yarn I thought it would be perfect for a little girl's dress, so I made it for my niece's 1st birthday. I also made a matching headband with the leftovers.
Three knit cacti that I made for my desk at work. The tall cactus uses fuzzy mohair yarn to make it look "prickly".
My first pair of hand knit socks.
The project that defined my status as a "crazy dog lady".
A quick, but cozy, hat I knit on a flight coming back home from Christmas in Europe.
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Blanket with a leaf pattern that I made for my cousin's baby boy.
This project was a lot of work but I was endlessly amused by each of the different animals in it.
Stylish Winter coat I made for my baby niece, along with a matching hat.
One of my most used knit items. It keeps me warm every Winter.