Wednesday, November 19, 2014

East Meet West

I have been dreaming of knitting a Russian coat ever since I saw the Kenzo A/W 2009 collection by Antonio Marrass.
There is only one problem I don't know how to knit intarsia or fair isle.  It always seemed so intimidating, especially, since I'm partial to simple patterns. I'll admit, I don't like to think very much when I'm knitting.  Here recently I've become bored with my knitting projects so it's time to try something completely different. I came back to my longing for a Russian coat.  I decided it's going down this winter! I already have a pattern for a Russian coat from Rowan Magazine 48. Now it's time to decide on the yarn. 


While I love 100% percent wool yarn, using wool yarn will make this coat extremely heavy.  I'm planning on using Herrschners Worsted 8 acrylic yarn. Once I order the yarn, it's showtime! I'll post updates on the progress. 


Sunday, October 12, 2014

Fall Boot Preview

It's that time of year again! Time to break out the boots and sweaters.  After a few years of stomping around in the same boots I decided it was time to revamp my boot wardrobe. Here are some of my top picks! 

   




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Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Sunday, October 5, 2014

How to Style: Tory Burch Reva Flat

I just purchased the Tory Burch Reva flats and I'm super excited.  These classic cuties will be perfect for the fall.  So, now that I have them it's time to start thinking about how to style them!


How to Style: Tory Burch Reva Flat

Thursday, September 25, 2014

What’s on My Needles

Several years later I am still not over Rowan 48.  I literally still look through this book and gasp! The patterns are all so gorgeous.  So I decided to make the Wanderer scarf for the fall.  I already started, and it’s coming along quite nicely.  I was a bit intimidated by the pattern before initially, but it’s actually uncomplicated to knit.  


Thursday, June 5, 2014

What's on My Needles?

I'm really having a metallic  moment right now. It's fitting since summer is the perfect season to break out bronze and gold everything. Im currently working on this open weave sweater with metallic yarn. It almost finished, and when I say almost, I mean 15 more rows left on the sleeve. For a knitter you know how exciting it is when you can see the finish line.  Now the next task is  to find the perfect occasion to premier my new sweater. 



Finished pics are coming soon!