It's going to be 88 degrees (Fahrenheit) in central Illinois today, so I'll not be donning this hat. I did finish the pompom, though, so the hat is complete.
I am a washcloth knitting queen. But I've been knitting so many hats that I got away from it for a while. This week, though, I'm back at it. I just bound off one washcloth in a variegated green and am working on the second one. A friend who was tired of working with cotton... Continue Reading →
Knit up this super-sweet and simple washcloth! Uses size 7 needles (4.5 mm) 100% cotton yarn Finished size: 8 x 8 (25 x 25 cm) Cast on 32 Rows 1-4 Knit 5. K3, (P2, K2*) *repeat 6 times, P2, K3 6. K5, (P2, K2*) repeat 6 times, K3 7. K5, (P2, K2*) repeat 6 times,... Continue Reading →
March's crocheted poncho is Kelly green with a light green and white trim. My mom usually goes for colors that typically symbolize each month, and this month is no exception. I think it's very cute. I've been working on a purple and lavender striped hat using, you guessed it! The Irish Hiking hat pattern. I'm... Continue Reading →
When I first started this blog, Bunny Totem Knits, in February of 2016, I wasn't sure what I wanted my focus to be. I knew I wanted to write about knitting, but I also wanted to write about other topics connected with finances, teaching, and other life issues. I played around with the theme of "Knitting... Continue Reading →
One project I'm working on this week is a towel topper. (The second project I am working on is a secret. I'll share next week though!) I can't say it's too exciting to knit towel toppers IMHO, but a friend of mine uses them all the time. She doesn't knit and she's so generous to... Continue Reading →
For the last few weeks, I've posted about knitting an Irish Hiking Hat for my husband and my step-daughter. I finished my step-son's orange hat last week. And I couldn't stop knitting Irish Hiking Hats. I started a purple one, that will have lavender stripes. I took the yarn out of my stash. And then I started... Continue Reading →
I started what I named my dripping paint scarf a few years ago. I used double-knitting to create a pattern that I thought looked like paint dripping down a wall. It was turning out pretty well. This pic shows an aqua "paint" dripping on a grey surface. "If it was going so well, what was... Continue Reading →