Monthly Archives: March 2017

Adventures in stain removal

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Tiny Wolf in Lovely Rita - taken before the cocoa incident

For last Christmas, I knit my daughter a dress. That’s Lovely Rita by Martina Behm. (She looks absolutely adorable in it and I think I will knit it again in a larger size when she’s grown out of it.) Her grandma gave her and Little Wolf some cocoa to drink. My then 17-month-old daughter had unfortunately already removed her bib and… Read more »

Knitting away

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brioche cowl progress

Today, I want to show you the current status of my knitting projects. I haven’t had as much time to knit as I’d like. Little Wolf was home sick one week and then I had to pick him up early again the next week. He fell on the playground right onto a paved walkway, face first. He looked like he’d… Read more »

Knitting how to: Fix a piece of knitting after you’ve already bound off

knitting how to sleeve fix lifeline

As I had mentioned in my previous post, I had to fix one of the sleeves on Tiny Wolf’s Flax Light sweater. Apparently, no pattern is so easy that I wouldn’t be able to mess it up somehow. This is the first time I’ve fixed a sleeve like this, so I wanted to write myself a little “knitting how to”… Read more »

Flax Light – experiences and pattern review

Flax Light in Tiny Wolf's bed

I have recently finished a Flax Light sweater (the pattern is by tin can knits) for Tiny Wolf. And since I’ve really enjoyed the knit, I thought I would tell you a bit about it and give you a little pattern review. And in the next post, I’ll show you how I ended up fixing a really ugly and stupid mistake I made on… Read more »