Chugging right along on the Adventurer Wrap

Chugging right along on the Adventurer Wrap

by Kimber Baldwin May 03, 2021

Progress continues on the Adventurer shawl, albeit at a slightly slower pace this week!

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Two weeks in a row with the Adventurer Shawl

Two weeks in a row with the Adventurer Shawl

by Kimber Baldwin April 26, 2021

Avoiding all the black hole's of knitting with this project and knitting ahead at warp speed (that translates to about 15-20 stitches per minute!)

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Casting on with the Fractal infinity fade!

Casting on with the Fractal infinity fade!

by Kimber Baldwin April 19, 2021

Looking for what to knit with that brand new infinity fade you just picked up? Kimber cast on an Adventurer Wrap with hers!  Read further for details on the start of something beautiful!

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All Tied Up!

All Tied Up!

by Kimber Baldwin December 28, 2020

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On again...off again...on again!

On again...off again...on again!

by Kimber Baldwin July 06, 2020 1 Comment

The Nightshift Shawl, designed by Andrea Mowry, is a perfect way to explore gradient colors and is a crazy fun summer knit!  Read more for ideas on how to incorporate gradients into this beautiful design!

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Gradient Creativity

by Kimber Baldwin June 13, 2020 4 Comments

Today's blog is the first in a series addressing how to creatively use gradients. Herein, we cover the basics today in how to customize yardage for shawls.

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How to Wash Items Made With Hand-Dyed Yarns or Fiber

by Kimber Baldwin May 30, 2020 5 Comments

With a little extra care to keep the pH below the isoelectric point by addition of 2 tablespoons of white vinegar (per gallon of water) to the wash and rinse solutions, your projects will keep their vibrancy and beautiful colors!

 

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Welcome to the New Website

by Kimber Baldwin March 29, 2020 9 Comments

Thanks for stopping by!  This little online clubhouse been a long long time in the making...nearly 3 years off and on and almost full time (and many days overtime) for the last nine months.

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