Look Who’s Here!

We welcomed Calvin Cedar into our family on February 6th, 2015.  The build up to his birth was long and somewhat stressful, but once he decided he was ready things went quickly. Calvin was born at home in what was one of the most beautiful, empowering experiences of my life.  Our midwives are my new … Continue reading Look Who’s Here!

Dapper Baby Vest

One more baby project leapt on and off the needles recently.  After finishing a relatively big project, I like to do something small and quick.  A palate cleansing project, if you will. I had this beautiful, bulky yarn and pattern in the back of my mind for nearly my whole pregnancy, and just had to … Continue reading Dapper Baby Vest

One More Sweater

There's something about knitting for babies.  The small scale, the sweet details, the softest of the soft yarn.  And the hope.  The dreams and happy thoughts that you knit into each stitch for the baby as you work.  It's a very special thing. With that in mind, I hoped to knit one more sweater for … Continue reading One More Sweater

Yarn Along: I’m Baaack!

Well hello again, friends!  It's good to be back.  So sorry to disappear on you like that, without any notice or explanation.  All I can say by way of excuse is that I was going through a hard time personally, felt stuck creatively, and couldn't muster up the motivation to try to force it. But … Continue reading Yarn Along: I’m Baaack!

FO:: Little Oak

A sweet knit for an even sweeter baby, Little Oak was the perfect project for an autumn baby boy.  I really enjoyed knitting this cardigan, and tried to infuse good thoughts and hopes of restful nights for my friend  and her new baby as I knit each stitch.  This baby will be swathed not only … Continue reading FO:: Little Oak

Second Time Around

After a rather disappointing first attempt at this pattern, I have achieved success!  This is another knit for sweet baby M, in the same color palette as the first.  Her mama and I both love purple, so it's an easy choice. The second time around was faster and more successful because of the first fail. … Continue reading Second Time Around