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Inspired by the cherry blossoms down my street in Astoria, with their pink flowers that only last a week, this is a sleeveless top, that can also be worn as a vest, and if knitted with cotton yarn, it’s a great spring and summer garment.
Have you seen on those period dramas or film, how during the day women always wore aprons? Not only working women or those working as servants in big houses (I’m thinking Downton Abbey) but also just regular everyday women. Up to the 1950’s it was pretty normal for a housewife as well as girls. It’s an extra layer of protection for your clothes, specially when you weren’t changing them daily and you had a lot of manual work to do.
This past Christmas was a different one, since traveling wasn’t safe for anyone, my husband and I had a small celebration of just the two of us. But that didn’t mean I was going to forego the gifts for the rest of our family. If anything, that was the way of staying connected with themContinue reading “Teeny Tiny Sweater Ornaments”
One day, I was waiting for my train in an above ground station, as the winter had started to chill the Brooklyn air, and I was trying to text my husband and not freeze my fingers at the same time. I had to take off half of my glove every time I typed, and putting it back on when the air blowed. I kept thinking, there has to be an easier way, right?
And so these mittens were born.
As you may know, the two quintessential stitches you need to learn when you start knitting are knit and purl stitches. If you have been practicing your knits and feel confident to go to the next level, don’t be afraid to start purling! You’ll see it’s not hard and will open your world to aContinue reading “Learn How to Purl”