Saturday, January 29, 2011

Iron Craft & Craft Room

If you are visiting this site, and you have been missing Noe Knit, please come and visit me at Craft Room
If you are ready to take on some new challenges,
come visit us at Iron Craft. We are doing 52 different craft challenges.
Stop by and see what we are up to!

Wednesday, February 04, 2009

First Finished Object of 2009

Here is the first finished project of 2009. I worked on this for 9 months. But I dreamed about this one for many years.

We are so pleased to welcome Amelia to the world. She was born January 7, and weighed 7 12 oz.
Everyone is healthy and happy, and a little sleep deprived.

Thursday, December 11, 2008

Ribbon Twist Abounds

Our love affair with Ribbon Twist is long standing. It is certainly not new.
Last Sunday, we had two fine finished projects displayed.

Marizel made this fantastic cabled bag!

Completed, lined, and sporting leather handles.

And Amy shows off her sweater.

We adore them BOTH. Yummy.
Come on in and have a look. We have sweater quantities of lots of colors. And at this gauge, you have plenty of time to finish well before the holiday.

Monday, December 01, 2008

Dana's Beautiful Sweater

Dana is a Sweater Graduate of Noe Knit.
And WOW. She went on to do this beautiful Noro sweater!

Monday, November 24, 2008

Circular Wash Cloth Class

Here is a new class that Risa is offering on Sundays.
Join us to learn a provisional cast-on, how to work short rows and the elusive kitchener stitch and you'll end up with a lovely round dishcloth. Make it in smooth cotton for a reusable dishcloth, or try it in cotton chenille for a wonderful spa cloth!

Monday, July 21, 2008

Beautiful Sweater

Chiaki's been knitting up a storm!

This is the sweater "Essential" from Jo Sharp's book Village.

The shaping in it is fantastic. There are beautiful darts in the side.

There is a lovely stitch pattern detail on the bottom, and on the sleeves.

Just for another view: here is how Jo photographed it for the book.

This Cardigan is fitted to perfection. It has the well done details and well thought out pattern features that raises above other patterns.
In fairness, I will say there is an issue with sleeves. The come out a little too long when the detailing is included. But if you are considering putting this sweater into your que, we will find time for you to sit with Chiaki and work out the correct sleeve length for you.
Happy Knitting!

Thursday, June 05, 2008

a model

Jordana is modeling her hat.
Both are beautiful!