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  • Sweater Dreams - Lets make your dream come true!

    Ashley Ratnam

    Posted on February 16 2020

    Sweater Dreams - Lets make your dream come true!
    Have you been dreaming of making a sweater with indie dyed yarn but found the price tag a little high for your budget? Well I have some great news for you - it just might be more doable than you think.
  • Finished Object Friday: Love Note Sweater by Tin Can Knits

    Ashley Ratnam

    Posted on February 07 2020

    Finished Object Friday: Love Note Sweater by Tin Can Knits
    Beautiful, soft, luxury, feminine, cozy, light; these are all words I would use to describe this wonderful top I knit using our Singleton base help with silk/mohair from Riverside Studios.
    The pattern is Love Note by Tin Can knits and it is fabulously written and easily adaptable to your own style and needs.
  • Finished Object Friday: Grain by Tin Can Knits

    Ashley Ratnam

    Posted on November 29 2019

    Finished Object Friday: Grain by Tin Can Knits
    I am finally able to show this wonderful squishy shawl with you! This shawl was knit as...
  • Designer Spotlight: Heisenberg Socks by Meaghan Schmaltz

    Ashley Ratnam

    Posted on November 25 2019

    Designer Spotlight: Heisenberg Socks by Meaghan Schmaltz
    As it is prime gift knitting season I thought I would share a great sock pattern that features our Cashmerino Sock Yarn. These socks were designed by Meaghan as an anniversary present for her husband. 
  • Wednesday Wanderings

    Ashley Ratnam

    Posted on November 20 2019

    Wednesday Wanderings
    I have had a hard time focusing lately and I am not quite sure why; possibly the unpredictable weather, the start o the holiday season being so close, or maybe it the changing daylight schedule. Whatever it is, I am feeling slightly at odds so I thought I would just share thoughts with you all this Wednesday and maybe it will become my thing. A safe place for me to share my wandering thoughts in the hopes that it helps organize them slightly.