Tag: pullover

  • Introducing Adiantum

    Introducing Adiantum

    Designs often go through a number of variations in my sketchbook before I ever pick up my knitting needles, and typically that process helps me narrow down to the single best version, but sometimes it’s hard to choose just one version. And so sometimes I choose not to make that decision! That was the case […]

  • New Pattern: Tessellate

    New Pattern: Tessellate

    I had a new pattern come out last month, and I shockingly neglected to blog about it. My new pullover is called Tessellate, and I’m sure you’ve read all of the details about the pattern itself at this point, so I’m going to tell you about the design process instead! Sometime in 2015, I bought […]

  • A Cropped Sweater for Winter

    When the editor I work with at Tuts+ mentioned that they’d like me to write a sweater pattern for them, I was pretty excited about it because I had been wanting to have a resource to show people who were having a hard time visualizing how my favorite seamless construction comes together. It felt like […]

  • Complicated Feelings About Stranded Knitting

    I’ve made a huge dent in my first project for a little collection I’m planning. It’s a pullover sweater, and I just joined the front and back under the arms. There’s just enough color work on the front that it felt like the front flew off my needles, and I only got sick of the […]