In Knitty!

When I re-learned how to knit as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Armenia I would go to the seedy smoke filled internet cafes a few times a week. I would spend half of my time catching up on emails, and the other half looking at knitting patterns and saving them to my flash drive. One of my favorite sources–Knitty. Fast forward a few years to when I started designing–I couldn’t imagine ever having my patterns published, seeing my name in … Read More


I’m going through a bit of a heart phase right now. No, I’m not 13, but hearts are just so cute! I’ve also always loved symmetry, and I figured, why not take advantage of the symmetry of hearts, by cutting it right in half! Heartigan Girl’s Sweater My most recent interpretation of hearts was first seen in this post: too cute heart sweater. Well, now the pattern has been published, and you can see it here: Heartigan. It’s been published … Read More

New Pattern: Two Hands Make A Heart

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I met Mira from Baah! Yarns the first time I attended TNNA in January 2012. She is super friendly and  I absolutely adore her beautiful yarns! The first pattern I designed with her yarn was the Katy & Kevin Cowl. Then I had an idea for these mittens, and I had enough yarn left over from the cowl to make the first pair of mittens. This was way back in February. I submitted the pattern to Knitty for First Fall, … Read More