Pom pom of doom at the top and tassels of awesomeness at the bottom.
I worked the ear flaps in the opposite direction (provisional cast on) and cast off at the end of the i-cord. I also did a slip-stitch selvage.
He just turned three months old but I made the infant size. A second one is already in the works (grey, of course).
Pardon the blurred photos, he’s a wiggly fella.
Pattern: I Heart Cables
I was working on a pair of pants when it happened. The needle went straight through the nail to the other side and back out. I thought part of it broke off into my finger but I found the missing piece in the machine later on. Yay! How ridiculous is it that the needle was still threaded when it came out? Like, the damn thing jams on cotton but my finger is NO PROBLEM?
Anyway. I’ve had family in town for the past week and we’ve been making our way through L.A. and O.C.
Olvera Street. The horchata from this place gave me LIFE.
Umami. I braved the crowds at The Grove Saturday night. This burger made the 30 minute parking ordeal worth it.
Dog Beach. The weather on Sunday was perfect. Took all four dogs and they ran around like fools.
The Habit. My Aunt was craving a burger after a long day in the sun. We pulled over at the first joint we saw and were not disappointed. Onion rings > fries, for sure.
These shoes. I just… I just can’t.
On top of all that, a stray dog wandered into my sister’s house and jumped into my car when I tried to leave (sounds pretty suspect, I know). My sister’s watching her while we try and locate the owner.
She’s trained and well-behaved so we know she was loved. I want her to be reunited but I wouldn’t mind if she stayed. I mean, LOOK. We could join the circus.
It’s amazing/weird/fantastic/terrifying all at the same time. Like, MY SISTER GREW THIS BEING INSIDE OF HER. As the youngest in the family it’s not something I’ve ever dealt with but I am very, very excited.
I started knitting a baby sophisticate for him after an eight month hiatus. I needed a small, quick project to feel things out. It’s almost finished but the weather has to get itself together. Ninety degrees in November? I do not accept.
Hope everyone’s been well. Happy happy Wednesday.
Cutting the fabric was a bit stressful as there was no room for error. It was vintage and taken from a worn garment so I had to avoid the holes and marks. After the skirt was finished I was left with an 8″ long piece for the top. Thank GOODNESS I didn’t mess up. I would have died.
Thank you Lauren!
Life’s been hectic but in the best way possible. Posts won’t be as frequent but this blog isn’t dead.
My friend asked me for a cowl a few months ago. It took a bit of coercing but eventually I agreed. I went back and forth between something classic, like a heavily cabled scarf, or something more current. When I asked his preference all he said was, “It’s up to you. Surprise me.” That only made it 10x harder.
Fast forward to last week, it hit me. Iz by Andi. Simple. Awesome. Perfect.
I almost changed my mind about giving it to him. If he doesn’t like it, he better lie.