When Jen from A-C Knitwear announced the A Year Of Techniques project, there was one subject that I really, really wanted to appear in the line up, and that was steeking. Steeks are perhaps one of the more jovially divisive techniques in the knitting skills […]
Tag: tank top
Our little hero is one week old today, and he has been rocking the very smallest of the hand-knits that were made before he arrived in the world. Today he is wearing his little Baby Alpaca tank top, which is warm and so very soft across his gorgeous little tummy.
Accessorised by a snug little sleep suit, it is the very centre of geek chic and should be a staple piece of any little genius’ wardrobe. All the girls love a tank top.
There hasn’t been much new knitting in the past few days, but I am nearing publishing a new pattern as a recent test knit runs to a closure soon, so there are still plenty of things to look forwards too and I hope to pick up my needles in quiet moments (the few of them that there are!) over the next few days, too.
The July post ‘Tiny Tank Top‘ has all the details of this project and any pattern modifications and materials used.
Thank you so much for the helpful, understanding and corroborating responses to a recent post, where I had written about a pattern that I had a number of issues knitting, a sailor-style sweater with intarsia motif: Brendan. I had detailed the issues that I’d had […]