Hello everyone, It’s been quite a while since I’ve have time to write a blog post! It’s amazing how each day can get so full and suddenly so much time has passed. Recently I’ve been doing lots of “research and development” aka downloading plenty of patterns and imagining new ones. For one yarn, however, I… Continue reading Knitter’s Block
Hello everyone, I find it hard to believe that we are only hours away from the beginning of June – I feel like April is only just beginning! This month I did have the wonderful privilege of making this little birthday gift for my beloved father. Although crocheting may not be my forte, I appreciated… Continue reading The Useful Birthday Cake
Hello everyone, how are you? Has time been passing nearly too quickly for you as well? Here I’m BC, it seems to have skipped spring and transformed into summer some days, while others definitely confirm that we’re in spring! Just like the tulips popping up in gardens, the pink flecks in this shawl peek out… Continue reading Shades of Pink and Grey
Happy Easter everyone! I hope you’ve all had a wonderful weekend with family and friends, full of celebration and laughter. With such gorgeous flowers appearing in markets for this special weekend, I was inspired to create my own designs with the colours of the season. This adorable little polka dot inspired me to explore other… Continue reading Happy Easter
From Fair Isle to chunky wool blends, I’ve been busily knitting mittens this week. These are my original design, which I am calling “Marilyn’s Mittens”. Their namesake is in honour of the recipient – I wanted to create a simple mitten that was warm like a hug and incorporated Marilyn’s favourite colours. These are the… Continue reading Mittens, mittens, and more mittens!
Hello everyone! I hope you’re all having a fantastic day so far. Here at Little Yellow Sheep, it’s been a day of scrolling through knitting photos, picking which project should be highlighted next. Deciding it was best to start at the beginning, I chose to feature the Celtic Cables Scarf. That one fateful afternoon when… Continue reading Celtic Cables Scarf
After receiving this beautiful collection of yarn and needles for Christmas, I was inspired to start on a personal project to keep me cozy during these chilly months. Here is the beginning of the “Honeycomb Aran” found on http://www.yarnspirations.com