Category Archives: Patterns & Designers

8 Great Things I Loved in January

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Things I loved: My Woolly Mama Yarn stash enhancement. Isn't it just gorgeous?

Is it just me or was January over in a flash? I didn’t get to read as many blogs as I would have liked. I didn’t manage to finish everything I wanted to by the end of the month. But it was still a great month, filled with things I loved. Fun experiences, great blog posts, new acquisitions. In this… Read more »

9 Amazing Ideas for That Special Skein of Sock Yarn

sock yarn patterns teaser

If you are anything like me, you have a lot of fingering weight or sock yarn. And mostly single skeins of a colorway. I love hand-dyed yarn, whether it’s solid, semi-solid, variegated or striped. But if I only ever knit socks it can get quite boring and Second Sock Syndrome might just raise its head. Besides how many pairs of socks… Read more »

It’s Here! V-Formation, My First Knitting Pattern (It’s Free!)

V-Formation free sock knitting pattern by Nadja Senoucci

“Was lange währt, wird endlich gut.” That’s what we Germans say. Something that takes a long time will finally turn out well. Or something like that. As per usual expressions like these are hard to translate well. But that is a very fitting expression to use right now. I’ve finally put my very first own pattern on Ravelry. And I can… Read more »

8 Amazing & Free Beginner Sweaters for You to Knit

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Free Beginner Sweaters overview

It’s getting cold, and we all want something warm to bundle up in. Other people might go to the store and buy a cute new sweater. But for us knitters, the first impulse is always to knit one ourselves. You’ve never knit a sweater before and are a beginner? Doesn’t matter, you can knit a sweater! It’s not all that… Read more »

16 Beautiful & Quick Cowls You’ll Have to Knit This Fall

I think it is safe to say that fall is upon us. The trees are changing color, everything looks pretty (I like fall) and the wolflings play with fallen leaves. It gets dark much earlier than before, it’s windy, and it rains a lot. And it’s getting colder. If you haven’t knit yourself a cowl yet, it’s about time! To… Read more »

Important Things to Know About “Where the Wild Sheep Roam” – a Review

Review Where the Wild Sheep Roam (Screenshot taken from Ravelry)

As you all know I’ve recently completed the Where the Wild Sheep Roam cardigan for Tiny Wolf. I’m still absolutely in love with it and there are many beautiful examples of other finished projects over on Ravelry. If you are anything like me then gazing at beautiful knit items makes you want to knit them yourself. Immediately. Do you feel… Read more »

When you are starting out: 8 fun beginner knitting projects

So, you've decided to be a knitter? You have just learned how to cast on and off and how to knit and purl? And now you're wondering where to go from here? What could you knit? And use when it's done? Which projects would be a fun for beginners to learn and practice their knitting skills with?Here I give you 8 types of fun beginner knitting projects. Blog post via sheepamongwolves.net

So, you’ve decided to be a knitter? You have just learned how to cast on and off and how to knit and purl? And now you’re wondering where to go from here? What could you knit? And use when it’s done? Which projects would be a fun for beginners to learn and practice their knitting skills with?Here I give you… Read more »

3 knitting techniques to try out this year

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3 knitting techniques to try out this year

I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about what knitting techniques I’d like to learn or try out next. I came up with three. That may not seem like much but considering the huge blanket, I’m also working on and that I’d like to try and design some more this year, that’s plenty! 1 – Intarsia / Argyle socks For… Read more »

6 easy sock patterns for men

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6 easy sock patterns for men

I recently took a little trip down memory lane (aka my Ravelry project list) and looked up what kind of socks I’ve knit for Papa Wolf before. Not all of the pairs I’ve made over the years actually ended up on my Ravelry account and not all of the ones that did have photos (I’m a really skilled procrastinator). But… Read more »

Flax Light – experiences and pattern review

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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 »