Category: Knits

Knitting Machine Gnomes

Knitting Machine Gnomes

    One would think I’d learned my lesson from my last decision to make a bunch of knitting machine pumpkins as gifts for friends and family, but of course not. For the holidays, I decided to start a new, more ambitious project, knitting machine gnomes. I would go on to make 24. Whole. Gnomes. Because why give one gnome, when someone could have a pair? It was, as my […]

Posted February 10, 2023 in Knits
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More Knitting Machine Projects

More Knitting Machine Projects

My obsession with my knitting machine continues. I can’t seem to stop starting more knitting machine projects now that I have finally finished my pumpkin patch.     Though I am currently in the process of making top secret gifts for Christmas, I made a few things for myself this time.   The wreath     My least favorite thing I’ve made out of all my knitting machine project so […]

Posted November 18, 2022 in Knits
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Knitting Machine Pumpkins

Knitting Machine Pumpkins

  Back in August, I bought myself a Sentro Knitting Machine. As someone with lupus and fibromyalgia, I am prone to a lot of hand pain, which makes knitting by hand challenging. So I was really excited to find this alternative to one of my favorite hobbies and to give it a try. And before I knew it, I was making tons of Knitting Machine Pumpkins. I haven’t knitted anything […]

Posted October 21, 2022 in Knits
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Knits : Simple Seed Stitch Cowl

Knits : Simple Seed Stitch Cowl

I don’t think I’ve knit this much since I decided to knit two baby blankets in a row. I much prefer making cowls to any other knit item because they are incredibly warm and make great statement pieces for outfits. This simple seed stitch cowl pattern is especially a joy to make due to how easy it is to knit. In fact, this is the third time I have made […]

Posted February 5, 2021 in Knits
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Knits : Outlander Cowl

Knits : Outlander Cowl

It is a truth universally acknowledged that I am always cold. And unfortunately, I live in Pennsylvania, which has its share of rough winters. The only bright side of these freezing temperatures is that I get to knit a lot of cold weather clothes and accessories. This year, I decided enough was enough, and I wanted to knit the biggest, warmest cowl I could find for taking my dogs outside […]

Posted January 29, 2021 in Knits
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