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Caroline in NH

Oooh, I hope you were suitably honored by the wonderful gift your mighty hunters gave you! Wow! (I wish mine would catch some of the mice and rats in the barn, but they prefer the chipmunks.)

Can't wait to see the latest creation!


Do you recall which colorway of Trenna you used for the Rose Trellis shawl? I was looking at the options at Little Knits and can't decide. Most of the choices seem like they'd be too contrasty for the pattern. Or is the delicacy of the yarn such that the multi-color doesn't interfere.

I'm developing a serious lace addiction. I'm thinking I'll need to give up sock knitting to make time for shawls.

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Lace work

  • Beaded shawl
    A collection of knitted lace shawls, stoles and wimples. Many were done in handspun yarn. Click on an image for a larger picture and description, plus charts for some.

Socks and small knits

  • Keesmere Ski Hat
    These are all handknitted socks and other small items. Most of these were knitted from my own handspun yarn. Click on an image for a larger picture and description, plus charts for some.

    (Most of the Celtic designs came from Celtic Charted Designs by Co Spinhoven, an excellent and inexpensive resource.)

Doll Knits

  • Short sleeve sweater
    A collection of (mostly) knitted doll clothing.


  • Infant's Aran pullover
    Back in the dark ages (as in pre-1987), I used to knit sweaters. Nowadays, I rarely do, so I'll use this album to record some of what I have done and may yet to be.

Blankets and woven items

  • Shadow weave plaid towel
    Mostly handwoven items, mostly from commercial yarns.

Yarns and fiber

  • Storm Clouds yarn
    An assortment of fibers and handspun yarns.

Variegated Dyeing

  • Step 1
    A Math Geek Does Variegated Dyeing