Learning from and supporting Indigenous people is an important life long journey for me. Celebrating their work is something I also like to share with others. I loved knitting these up and they’ve been my go to mitts for a year now. Picking out my own hand dyed yarns was so easy and fun as… Continue reading Fingerless Lájish (mittens) by Jennifer Berg of Native Knitter
I’m so excited to be participating with 19 other island artists in my first Peaks Island Artwalk for the 5th Maine Museum this Saturday, July 2nd from 10-3. Come find me on the map. I’ll have yarns and cashmere hats for sale and some dye pots on the stove.
I promised myself at the beginning of 2019, that I'd not pick up or start any new projects because I had plenty to finish. It was going to be the year of finishing all the projects. And books. But that's a different subject. But I wandered into an old local knitting store one day Central… Continue reading Christmas Stockings; knitting with traditional yarn and colors
Cochineal, Soft Coral, Medomak Goldenrod, Juniper, Denim, Violet I’ve never loved a Sweater that I’ve made more. And I’ve made quite a few over the last 15 years. Knit from the bottom up in the round. I’ve knit a few from the top down in the round so I struggled with wrapping my brain around… Continue reading My Rainbow Dotted Sweater; the linnea pullover designed by bristol ivy
Downton Abbey is what I watched all through the clicking of this yarn that became a hat. I didn’t mean for it to go that way, but it worked. I liked imaging it would be something that Daisy would wear while heading to her farm for the day. I didn’t make a swatch for the… Continue reading My Shamrock Hat; tam o’sham designed by karendipity
Thank you all for your patience while I post the shop into a delayed shipping atmosphere. Shipping has now resumed. However, there’s still time to order between now and the 6th. Orders placed by the 6th of October will go out the same or next day. Orders placed on the 7th-22nd will be shipped out… Continue reading Shipping Good to Go!
It’s 2am and I have finally reached the end point of gathering all the data, inserting all the things, shaking my fists, swearing up a storm, jumping with glee, almost giving up, hitting brick wall after brick wall… but I finally reached the finish line. And just in time. I set this sort of arbitrary… Continue reading Shop’s Open!
The progression of this project has been a graceful climb. As much as I hope my children will find what I do fascinating and want to partake someday soon, I also forget they still see me working and hear me talking about my latest project. I've given up on keeping things tidy and organized all… Continue reading Rug Dreams; designing my 1st rug