Miller’s Daughter

Well, we are well into the New Year and life is already (or rather still is) pretty chaotic. We’ve jumped head first into moving to Kansas City for Jon’s new job and he’s been commuting back and forth for the past few weeks! In the meantime, I’ve been boxing up our life and saying goodbye…

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“Welcome Spring” Leaf and Trellis Shawl!

Did you ladies know I lived in a dorm? Did you know that it makes taking photos of my work REALLY hard? Well…it is. Most days I’m really ambitious about it. I take a lot of time to set up and get everything perfectly placed then I wait until there is the perfect amount of…

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WIP Monday- Pont Neuf!

Sometimes we all need a little opulence, a little oh la la, a little…silk. I present to you, Pont Neuf by Emily Wessel. A seamless knit, raglan sleeve cardigan with a picked up lace panel front. My yarn of choice? KFI Luxury 100% Mulberry silk *shudder*. It’s like knitting…well it’s like knitting silk. Fabulous. This…

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Friday Field Work: Darling Emma…on Fire

Oh, she got both feet on the ground, and she’s burning it down. Oh, she got her head in the clouds, and she’s not backing down. This girl is on fire… So, I have a confession to make. I’ve never read Jane Austen *cue disgusted gasps*. I have Emma sitting around somewhere at my house,…

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Friday Field Work- Into the Horizon

I love wearing summer knits during transitional weather. Just because summer’s bright colors are fading away doesn’t mean you have to immediately switch to dark royal blue, purple, and browns. In fact, wearing bright summer colors can give everything around you an extra pop. Want one of these knits? I present to you, the Horizon…

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WIP Monday- Lace Magic

I’m always amazed at the yardage that comes with lace yarns. It’s like you have half of an entire garment hidden away in one skein. My mind is especially blown by the 580 yards of this Euroflax Lace weight Linen. Look what I’ve completed with only one skein! This little beauty is the Darling Emma…

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Welcome- Cloud Knitting

I enjoy simplicity. Its soft and blurry and cozy. It makes you go “mmm” as soon as you see it and then you proceed to wiggle on in. You shrug your shoulders a few times, burrow in deeper, then settle down for hours, content in knowing you’re in such a pleasant place, on such a…

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