Episode Six | Lofty Loops Yarns Podcast Show Notes

Finished Objects 2 Sample Socks knit up by my friend Aimee. Yarns used are Dinna Ken on MCN Sock and Blue Heart Lily on Sock (Lofty Loops Yarns). See more info on her Ravely project. Works In Progress Wisteria Lane Socks: Using Lofty Loops Yarns Wisteria Lane on MCN...

Podcast | Episode Four

Works In Progress Exploration Station by Stephen West Color A: Lofty Loops Yarns – “Samara” Color B: Lofty Loops Yarns – Overdyed OOAK Color C: Lofty Loops Yarns – “Impromptu” Color D: madelinetosh Tosh Merino Light – “Abiquiu”...

Podcast | Episode Three

This week is the HO Show! (or Half Objects as we knitters call them) I have TWO HOs and plenty of WIPS, so grab a cup and enjoy. Plus, a special guest is joining me towards the end of the podcast to share what she’s been making. Finished [HALF] Objects Mystery...

Podcast | Episode Two

This is a podcast about my knitting and yarn obsessions, with occasional other fibery goodness. Finished Objects Summertide Shawl by Helen Stewart Lofty Loops Yarns – “Overdyed Mauve” in MCN Lofty Loops Yarns – “Silver” in Singles Lianna Hat by...

Podcast | Episode One

Thank you so much for watching my hot mess of a first podcast! 🤗 This is a podcast about my knitting and yarn obsessions, with occasional other fibery goodness. Finished Objects Girl from the Grocery Store by Joji Locatelli Cascade Yarns Heritage Solids – “Como...
My Go-To Simple Toe Up Sock Guide

My Go-To Simple Toe Up Sock Guide

There are a million of these floating all over the interwebs, but I’ve been asked multiple times how I knit my socks. I hope this helps! This is in no way tested by other knitters or perfect — it is just my method that I either stick to or tweak a bit...
Star Stitch Headband Crochet Pattern

Star Stitch Headband Crochet Pattern

This pretty crochet headwrap features a star stitch texture and is simple enough for a beginning crocheter. You’ll be whipping out these warm, chunky ear warmers like crazy! These work up very quickly and would make a great project while catching up on your next...
Shortie Socks and Yarn Chicken for Christmas

Shortie Socks and Yarn Chicken for Christmas

When I picked up my first skein of Regia, I was so enamored by the colors that I didn’t realize I was only hold 50 grams of yarn. Noob mistake. A typical pair of socks for me takes around 60 grams to complete, but I had my heart set. Enter the shortie socks. I...