Part of an interactive DIY series “How to Design Your Own Garter Tab Top Down Triangular One Skein Shawl”
This shawl is inspired by vintage afghan throws that all our mothers and grandmothers seemed to have during those far off golden tinged days.
Autumn Spice is a unisex slouchy hat, with a vintage inspired chevron panel. Reminiscent of those magical fall trips to Grandma’s house. Apple sauce bubbling on the stove, butter tarts oozing in the oven, and pumpkin pies cooling on the counter. A nearby fire crackles cozily, offering promises of treats, knitting, cuddles and stories.
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Once upon a lifetime ago, both my Grandmother and Mother would often tell me how every girl, no matter her age, always needed her own pair of ruby slippers.
Silent, Soft, Slow is unbelievably light and warm shawl, worked from the bottom edge up in easy lace and stockinette sections alternating in big short row wedges.
Extremely warm and dense with textured stitches, this cloche style will keep those ghostly fingers… of wind… at bay.
Reminiscent the fluffy tufts of milkweed pods, one of the last signs of the fading fall. Big and beautiful this generously cozy cowl works up super quick.
This shawl was born out of grief. Conceived and knit within 48 hours, it truly opened my eyes to knitting as therapy.
With plenty of charm and style, the Collingwood Toque or Slouch is perfect for guys and gals thinking of hitting the beach or mountain trails.
Hiking, camping, heading north or out at market, these socks are thick and cozy. Singing with nostalgia, they beg to be worn curled up on drizzly days by a crackling fire.
There’s a special time of day, with a special kind of light. Many photographers call it “The Golden Hour”. The hour after sunrise, the hour before sunset. Things seem to slow down, become still – people and things around us just seem to glow and radiate warmth.
A pinch of fun. A smidgen of whimsy. A dash or two of colour. Finally? A whack ton of sass! What more do you need for a playful day out or in.
A little luxury for cool starry nights and early morning chills by the lake. This playful beanie is just enough to ward off any cool draughts while keeping dreaded “camp head” hair out of your way.
Amongst the shales and shores of Georgian Bay, in quiet times around dusk, you just may spot a Great Blue or Grey Heron, fishing for it’s dinner in the shallow waters. They are peaceful birds, on long, graceful legs good for wading.
A classic watch cap with a twist.
Fun and frills bloom to life in this sassy hat.
A classic poncho with elegantly simple lace and twisted ribbing evoking the waking up of spring.
A cowl shaped hug inspired by all the storms of summer, weathered by so many people
A comfy pair of fingerless mitts. They are petite, just enough to keep the new chill from the backs of your hands.