Monday, November 10, 2014

new head gear

So after my roomie the hair deesser refused to cut my hair till i grew it out for her to have enough to beable to actually do something fun with it. I made myself a pants since is toooo damn puffy for a new hat. I need something to calm it down but hot hokd it donw on my head, which would just make me hotter than hell. So BOOM i knitter a panta...


Saturday, June 7, 2014


So after seeing TONS of arm knit things of pintrest I figured I would give it a shot... omg it's so quick! I grabbed 5 balls of worsted weight yarn and in two hours I Jonesy...

He's 10 feet long and like 2 feet wide...Did I mention I only casted on 10 stitches!  Great project to make while watching a Indiana Jones movie. Guess who its named after haha

I might have to make another one of these or by grab some bulky yarn and make a blanket. Can you imagine knitting a whole blanket in one afternoon!?!? Sign me up!

Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Badlands Scarf/Wrap Pattern

This is an amazingly easy yet versatile lace pattern. It can be knit up bulky for a scarf or thinner for a wrap. 

I hope you guys like it.

Im currently reknitting this up as a wrap to give as a gift...

Badlands Scarf/Wrap 

Cast on multiple of 13 + 1

Row1: *k1, yo, k4, k2tog, sl1, k1, psso, k4, yo*, k1

Row2: purl

Bind off LOOSELY on a purl row...

Repeat these two rows till desired length.

When blocking out pin the points out on top and bottom...


Sunday, April 27, 2014

Shetland Socks

What you will need:

Needles; size 3 dpn

Yarn: 400yds of your fav fingering/sock weight

Extras: Two of your favorite bars of chocolate,  one bottle of wine

Cast on:  60

Foundation Row:

*Knit 1, s1wyf*
*Purl 1, s1wyb*

Arrange stitches evenly over 3 needles...

Time to start the sock ;-)

Cuff: K2, P2 ribbing

Continue for 3 inches

Time to start the lace pattern...

Row 1: *K3, yo, sl1, K1, psso, k2, k2tog, yo, K1, yo, sl1, k1, psso*

Row 2 and all even rows: Knit

Row 3: K1, K2tog, yo, K1, yo, sl1, K1, psso, k1, K2tog, yo, K1, yo, sl1, K1, psso*

Row 5: *K2tog, yo, K3, yo, sl1, K1, psso, K2tog, yo, K1, yo, sl1, K1, psso*

Repeat lace pattern for 6 inches (or desired length)

Heel: Now for the fun part! You get to turn the heel!

*dances around naked*

This is a Short Row Heel, now if you have never done these don’t worry they are REALLY easy and I prefer them to heel flaps since there is no flap you WONT have to decrease in the gusset or pick up stitches...which I LOVE!

Knit till you have two stitches left on the needle.

With working yarn in FRONT slip the next stitch, move the yarn to the back and pass the stitch back onto the left needle and turn work. Purl till you get to the last 2 stitches and with the working yarn in BACK slip the next stitch, move the yarn to the front and slip the stitch back to the right needle, turn work.
Knit till you get to on stitch before your wrapped stitch, and repeat the wrapping process.
Do this until you have 8 wrapped stitches on each side.

Hang with me we are almost there!

Its time to pick up the stitches we just wrapped, so knit back to your last wrapped stitch and slip your needle thru both the stitch AND the wrap knit them together slip and wrap the next stitch so that there are 2 wraps turn your work and purl to the next wrapped stitch.

Slip both the stitch and the wrap onto the needle and purl them together. Wrap the next stitch and turn work.
Knit back to the next stitch and slip needle thru BOTH wraps and knit 3 together, wrap the next stitch and turn work. Purl back to the next stitch, slip needle thru s stitch and the 2 wraps purl 3 together, wrap the next stitch and turn work.
Now you will continue doing this till you get to the last stitch and which point you will just knit it and start on foot.

Now go eat that WHOLE bar of chocolate...

Foot: Continue where you left off in the lace pattern  but now dont carry it to the underside of your foot. Knit to your desired lenght.

YAY are you excited we are almost done with this damn sock!


Knit one row even

*Needle 1: K1, ssk, knit to the last three stitches k2tog, k1
Needle 2: K1, ssk, knit till end of needle
Needle 3: Knit till there are 3 stitches left K2tog, K1

Knit the next round even*

Continue this till there are ten stitches left
All you have to do is graft the toes closed and you are set!

Now here comes the hard part about socks...I know you are VERY proud of that sock you are holding in your hand right now...but alas you have to put it aside and start its twin....

Now go eat your other bar of chocolate and pour yourself a glass of wine...

List of Abbreviations Used:
K- Knit
P- Purl
Sl1- slip one
SSK- Slip, Slip, Knit
K2tog- Knit 2 together

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Goody Goody

So you met someone who set you back on your heels
Goody, goody
You met someone and now you know how it feels
Goody, goody
You gave him your heart too
Just as I gave mine to you
And he broke it in little pieces
Now how do you do
awake just singing the blues all night
Goody, goody
And you think that loves a barrel of dynamite
Hooray and hallelujah
Ya had it coming to ya
Goody, goody for him, goody, goody for me
I hope your satisfied you bastard  you...

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Friday, March 28, 2014

Knitting a Jimmi Vest

Tomorrow is the Dead Celebrity and Jeff wants e to go as Jimi Hendrix...

He saud I shiuld to topless but I rhino a oversized knit vest would be better.

  And b.t.w im LOVING this chocolate color...

Sunday, March 9, 2014

New scarf


*insert cute name here*

Yarn: patons Worsted (2 Skiens)
Needles: 11

Cast on 49

Row 1: Knit
Row 2: Purl

Repeat until desired length. Just make sure you end on a purl row.

Now knit 4 drop the next stitch. Pick the bar you just dropped and repeat across the row.

Bind off in purl.

Now unravel your dropped stitches.

Now block.

This is going to grow... a lot

Let dry and enjoy!

Thursday, March 6, 2014

He loves me... He loves me not

Nothing is worse than the man you've been with, whos has told you that he isnt looking to date anyone, tells you that he's been dating someone for the past month.

Which means he wasn't in the mood to day YOU!

Then you find out that the man he's dating not only looks like you but shares you name....

So which asks the question...
"Why not me?"

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Earl grey

What u need:
1 set of size three dpn
400 yrds of fingering weight

Cast on 60:

Foundation rows
Knit 1 s1wyf* to end
Purl 1 s1wyb* to end

Now arrange over three dpns being sure not to twist the stitches

Knit 3, Purl 1

Continue for 9 inches (or desired lenghth)

Thumb gusset:
On either side of the purl stitch on the last repeat, your going to do a lifted bar increase. Knit into the back of the stitch to keep it tight. Then knit three rounds even keeping the 3x1 rib up the back and palm.

Your gonna want to increase this way till you have 9 stitches in either side of the center purl stitch. (K3,p1,k9, p1, k9, p1, k3)

Place the new 18 stitches and the central purl stitch on waste yarn

Cast on 1 on the last needle

Now when you knit in pattern you will start and end the row with a purl stitch for one row.

On the next you will purl the first and last stitch together and continue the k3p1 up ur plam for 4 inches and bind off.

Now go back and pick up the stitches on the waste yarn.

Knit 9, purl 1, knit 9, cast on one

Knit the thumb in a 9 and 1 rib for one inch and bind off

Sew the hole on tje btm of the thumb gusset closed and your done!

I hope that makes since. Any questions please let me know...

One down "Earl Grey"

One to go! so ar so good... when im done im gonna type the pattern up and put it online...

Friday, February 7, 2014

Fo friday!

Finished a scarf yesterday... and today socks. Im like a machine or something!

Thursday, February 6, 2014


After 3 months this scarf is done... isnt it great! I love it. And after my eye stops twitching (happens when u knit 8 feet of stockinette stitch) ill have to rock it out!

But this is a one BLUE scarf... lol