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the gentle curves and eyelets repeating along the length of this sock mimic imprints of bubbles and waterlines left in the sand at the tide’s edge. a simple-to-work pattern knit up in a cozy yarn that’s just right for chilly days inland or on the beach shown here in new hue handspuns dawn on the […]

almost there

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i’ve been working with blinders on all week toward just two goals—putting inches onto the autumn mantle and writing the big fat pattern for it. we’ve eaten sandwiches and eggs for dinner the last two nights (courtesy of david; his eggs are sublime). and convenient as that may be, it leaves me craving lots more […]

are you sitting down?

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you might need a tissue, too is it possible to love anything more than i love this thing? (pssst, i took all these pictures myself—obviously, i’m not much of a self-portraitist) david has learned to knit. in secret. while i was at TNNA. with help from my friend manos del uruguay) and got him working […]


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tired of bulky winter wraps, but not brave enough to bare your neck to the nipping wind? a swirl of lace-and-cables fringed with border of crystals makes a light-but-cozy layer to transition you through to spring. shown above in dye dreams lavender. shown below in dye dreams passion flower. to purchase pattern or view complete […]