year of wonder

Posted on 42 CommentsPosted in Bare Naked Wools, book reviews/events, home and family

  hello everyone! how do you like my thanksgiving photo? we couldn’t believe our luck at having such a beautiful sunny sunday—very rare in ohio these days. we walked for miles and miles to take advantage of it, too. i bet you thought we fell off the face of the earth, right?? but we didn’t. we’ve […]


Posted on 4 CommentsPosted in Bare Naked Wools, designing, lace/shawls, patterns

fresh and airy pullovers with an easy fit are summer essentials, especially for travelers. the aspergillum tunic (or crop top), is a great example—pull it on as a beach coverup or pair it with strappy sandals and a cami for evening cocktails—this piece has multiple lives. knit here in deliciously cool hempshaugh lace (color buckwheat), it […]

Lace3—oh, the possibilities!

Posted on 4 CommentsPosted in Bare Naked Wools, designing, lace/shawls, spinning and fiber

as spring finally commences with sprouting, blooming, and unfurling a fresh array of colors and fascinating forms, i’ve been busy putting together ideas for my lace³ pattern subscription. there couldn’t be a more exciting or inspiring time of year to be thinking about new lace projects—if you’ve been following my work for even a short time, you know that […]

sea fret cardigan

Posted on 7 CommentsPosted in Bare Naked Wools, designing, patterns

as soon as i finished knitting my sea fret pullover, i knew i wanted a cardigan version—its light airy fit and feel just had to be translated into a garment i could open and close to suit the temperature. sea fret cardigan has all the same characteristics as its sibling pullover—versatile, unisex, and completely easy to […]