I made the Itch-to-Stitch Lisbon cardigan to take away on my recent holiday, as I was aiming for layers. This is the second one that I’ve made, the first one was the one that I hacked at my pattern making class. I think I mentioned before that this was one of the top patterns named by […]Read more
We were originally going to confine our holiday to Canada, but we were so close to Boston and Mark had never been, so I added it to the itinerary, and I’m so glad I did because we had such an interesting time. I’ve already blogged the cap shop and done a quick overview of my fabric […]Read more
Fabric shopping in Boston
I initially thought that this blog post was going to be a complete fizzog (technical term for failure) as I began my tour of Boston’s finest sewing and yarn stores. My first stop was Newbury Yarns which was very close to where we were staying. Unfortunately it is closed temporarily, so that was the first […]Read more
Coolest cap shop ever!
Meet Steve! He is an artisan and proprietor of the coolest cap shop I have ever been in. Mark and I were mooching along in the vicinity of the Heritage Trail in Boston when we came across it. The shop was shut the first time we went past and really busy the second time, but the third […]Read more