Closeup of the zipperpull on the money bag.
I crocheted this bag for Jody with yarn I spun from a Loop Batt she purchase for me in spring of 2008. The yarn has shredded US currency in it, and I added real pennies as the zipper pull for added fun.
Warp - about DK weight natural colored merino fiber.
Weft - heavy worsted weight yarn spun from a Loop Batt I purchased at the Maryland Sheep and Wool festival in 2008, plyed with the same merino as the warp.
I wove this in a plain tabby pattern, beating it closer in some places than others. I love the uneven way the weaving came out, and the beautiful sparkle from the loop batt.
I knit this with the Morning Surf Scarf Pattern. I modified it by casting on 26 stitches on size 8 needles. I did 20.5 repeats of the stitch pattern.
Knit from my own handspun.
The fiber was originally a Loop Batt from Steph's SSB of the month club. The theme was earth.
I absolutely loved this fiber - loved it more as yarn, and love it even more as a scarf. I saved a tiny bit back to make a couple of stripes in a matching hat.
Made with commerical yarn (jo sharp silk road aran) and my own handspun leftover from the scarf below for the stripes.
This pattern in the Turn a Square hat from Brooklyn Tweed.
This is my 4th weaving project.
Handwoven on a Beka Rigid Heddle Loom.
Finished dimensions approximately 4.25" x80".
This warp is worsted(ish) weight merino two-ply, and the weft is a loop batt plyed with a merino single.
I didn't knit these - my aunt lisa did, for my grandma.
Out of my first wheelspun!
I knit this shawl for my mom's cousin Jeanie.
Pattern: Simple Yet Effective Shawl
Yarn: Spun up from a loop batt into a two ply fingering weight yarn
Knit with some of my early handspun - the fiber was handpainted Merino from Spritely Goods in the colorway Patina.