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  • 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...
  • ** New Pattern Alert ** Essence Shawl

    Ashley Ratnam

    Posted on July 10 2018

    ** New Pattern Alert ** Essence Shawl

    Are you ready to start a great new shawl this summer?

    Essence Shawl is now live, just in time for some summer knitting. This soft and squishy garter stitch shawl with the simple eyelet stripes and lace panel will be great to work on during all your summer adventures. I hope you'll enjoy both knitting and wearing this beautiful shawl as much as I do.

  • Pattern Spotlight | Emilia Shawl

    Ashley Ratnam

    Posted on May 11 2018

    Pattern Spotlight | Emilia Shawl

    I wanted to share with you a new shawl pattern that has been published by a dear friend of ours, Amélie Séguin. The shawl features our Singleton base and is so soft and lucious and feels fantastic when wrapped around your neck. 

  • Surprise Party Shawl by Helen Stewart

    Chantal Ratnam

    Posted on March 21 2018

    Surprise Party Shawl by Helen Stewart
    Hey guys, 
    Welcome back! Ash and I had an awesome weekend last weekend! I decided that it was unfair that I didn't get March break anymore and decided to take an extended weekend to Ottawa to visit the fam! I even made it down early enough to have an impromptu knit night with a couple of friends that I don't get to see nearly often enough. We had a blast! We ate some amazing food and I learned the hard way that gin and tonic should never be mixed with knitting. I cast on the second mitten of my Log Cabin Mitts and realised too late that the spiral of the logs flips directions after the centre and had to purl the next couple logs to prevent a weird gap. I'm definitely going to have to try this pattern again (sans gin) to find out exactly where I went awry. In any case, both mitts are done and blocked and the ends are in the process of being woven in. (To be honest, that was supposed to be yesterday's project but the train rides in and out of Toronto were so comfy, I managed to get two solid naps in.)
    All of this gets away from the real point of today's blog, which is THIS BEAUTY:
  • Ambience Shawl by Kelene Kinnersly

    Ashley Ratnam

    Posted on September 13 2017

    Ambience Shawl by Kelene Kinnersly
    With summer ending and the nights getting cooler it is a great time to start knitting s...

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