2018 Projects

A pair of tiger-striped socks with white toes and embroidered claws.

Tiger Toes - completed 7 January.

  • My project page on Ravelry for the socks, which are just a regular ol' stockinette sock with a flap heel.
  • My first project of the year was a pair of socks for Michael. They're tiger-striped with embroidered claws on the toes, and duplicate stitch to make the toe-shapes. (My pair doesn't have claws! He said his wouldn't be right without them.)



A colourwork hat in dark and light gray sits on a styrofoam head on a coffee table.

Crossing Trails - completed 11 March.

  • My project page on Ravelry for the hat, which is super-duper warm.
  • I used two shades of Cascade 220 to knit this colourwork hat, and some DK-weight lambswool for the lining. Check out the pattern on Ravelry or just click the button...



A pair of ribbed socks in a variegated teal colourway.

Cakewalk Socks - completed 17 April.

  • My project page on Ravelry for the socks.
  • I knit a pair of socks for myself using my own Cakewalk pattern, so that I could clarify and update the instructions.



A pair of rainbow striped socks, with dark blue cuffs, toes, and heels.

Rainbow Ragg Socks - completed 31 May.



A pair of amber socks

Boulevardier Socks - completed 1 October.

  • My project page on Ravelry for the socks.
  • This is a new pattern that I'm planning on releasing soon!



Michael knits while wearing his new floppy hat.

Replacement Floppy Hat - completed 21 October.

  • My project page on Ravelry for the hat.
  • Michael lost his hat, and I knit him a new one. The superwash yarn is a little stiff, but hopefully it will get floppier with wear.



A red, white, and blue washcloth.

Scrubbing Nubbles Two - completed 25 November.

  • My project page on Ravelry for the washcloth.
  • The yarn was lying around, so I used it up. This uses my own Scrubbing Nubbles Washcloth pattern, which is a free Ravelry download.


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