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Tag Archives: malabrigo
I posted a few days back about finishing all of the random projects I have left to languish over the years. This “fishnet” fringe vest is one of them. I remember crocheting this at the call center, pulling surveys from … Continue reading
I bought this white Malabrigo Silky Merino a long while ago. I squeezed it often when looking through my stash but never knew exactly what the yarn “wanted to be.” The silk/wool combo is soft and shiny, I knew it … Continue reading
When it comes to crafting, I am a sucker for zig-zags, ripples and ric-rac. I knit myself a ripple stitch scarf last season with rosy-colored scraps and it has since become my go-to for winter. Ripples are delightfully retro. Ever notice all of the … Continue reading
I finally finished the Dreamcatcher Medallion Cardigan from Teva Durham’s Loop-d-Loop. It was most definitely a laborious process. As you can see, I resorted to emergency stripes. And cuffs. And a MEDALLION! I love the way the colors both clash … Continue reading
When the yarn shop I worked at closed two years ago, I stocked up on yarn like a, well, a girl who really likes yarn. Since then, this beautiful mustard-yellow Malabrigo yarn has been quite a few things. At the … Continue reading