I learned to knit when I was eight years old, so that I could make little jackets for my troll dolls. When I lived in England, before I trained as an architect, I ran a textiles workshop, where we did all our own dying, weaving and knitting. I belong to two knitting groups and of course I’m a member of wwww.ravelry.com. I’ve been knitting for 52 years… which explains why my sleeves are so long!
I am always happy to share patterns, appreciate other knitters, and teach beginning knitters. Just call me on 805.4440.5573, or email DrKyreAdept@gmail.com.
Meanwhile, here are some pictures of recent projects; the top one is still on the needles (November 2017). This WIP (work in progress) reminds me of my favorite pomegranate and sour cherry truffles! Darkest red is Galileo merino+bamboo, other red is Stroll Glimmer wool, and the offwhite is 50/50 cashmere+silk, all from Knitpicks.com.
And here are 2017 Midwinter gifts, ready to be sent out:
And my very latest project, a Seashell Shawl that I am keeping for myself:
And here is the pattern for a beautifully simple feather-and-fan afghan: