Original Patterns


  • More Big Girl Knits
    About the No-Gap Wrap Pullover: "We love clever, and this sweater is clever."
  • Interweave Knits Summer 2007
    About the Lutea Lace Shell: "...what appears at first glance to be a standard tank top knitted in flat pieces turns out on closer inspection to be an ingenious piece of three-dimensional sculpture." Pam Allen, Editor in Chief, Interweave Knits

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  • Mt. Vesuvius from Sorrento, Italy
    Taken by me unless otherwise noted.

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Both are really cute.
Does your camera have an option for a continuous mode with a timer? I can take up to 10 photos with one go, with my little canon, and I've seen it on other brands as well.

Anyway, just a thought. :)


that jumper is great! it could be made longer for a really flattering dress with those lines. love it.


I think you did a great job with the pictures despite the constraints. And the knits are really cute too :)


I agree about making it a dress. It would be terrific!


Gorgeous. Simply gorgeous.


Love how you put together your Sherwood jumper.


I love this jumper as is (and also probably a little longer) and have been looking for something similar for a year already. (When I Ravel "jumper" a thousand little girls' dresses always come up... or English sweaters). I'm a little afraid of the cables though, although I love the design they make.

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