Retro Bathroom in Progress

Our home in Montreal was built in 1910. Between then and now, various things have been renovated. Badly, for the most part. The kitchen is functional but ugly - the colour palette is pre-cancerous lung. The front entrance was sliced and diced to make way…

Striped Knit Top

I'm so happy with this little knit top I downloaded from BurdaStyle. As usual, I found my attempt at a patch pocket was nearly its undoing, but I managed to rip out the stitches without causing too much damage and proceed without the pocket. Instead…

Finished Object: Sleeveless Tunic Dress

Switching gears to sewing and knitting for myself again has been a bit of a shock to the system. Things take longer! Things have to fit properly in many positions, not just lying down! But I have strong motivation. For one thing, I don't want to buy a lot of new clothes in my current size when I'm still optimistic that I'll wake up one morning the size I was before I got pregnant. That's how it happens, right?

Baby Dresses Times Two

Finding time to sew or knit with a tiny human in the house is next to impossible - finding time to blog about it even more unusual. This post is brought to you by a vibrating bouncy chair and a shiny dangling monkey toy.

Striped Noro Raglan

I did it. Today is my actual due date, and on this day, not ten minutes ago, I finished my 20th item. I'm amazed I was able to stick to my self-imposed deadline, even if my offspring appears unable to follow suit. Although, theoretically, she still has 7 hours before she's officially late.

Full Circle Dress

I'm so thrilled I found a fellow who brings home textiles when he travels - and did so well before we got together. He unearthed this fabric from a plastic bin about 8 months ago when we were packing up to move, asking if I thought I could do anything with it.

Aran Placket & Red Rompers

Due in 3 days. 2 projects in progress. This seems totally fine. Like the Autumn Rose, this is a mini version of a sweater I really enjoyed making for myself way back when. The original pattern is adult sized, and calls for Tanis Fiber Arts Aran Weight. So to create a baby version, I used fingering weight and US 2 needles and the stitch numbers for the fourth size.
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