I'm really loving this Super Easy Baby Blanket design that I keep on coming across lately (PS it's free on Ravelry). My favourite versions happen to be made with Sweet Georgia Tough Love sock yarn. These minimalist blankets are quietly revealing a hot knitting tip: If you're going to go simple with the design go gorgeous and hand-dyed with the yarns, the outcome will be brilliant.
These designs are SO do-able for the beginner knitter. I have always thought that one's first project should be with 'good' yarn, it makes the process a lot more enjoyable, and the finished product will be great no matter what.
Congrats to Elizabeth Buckham, you've won the Knit & Wrap book! Please send us your snail mail address and we'll send it off. We know you will love it.
It was fun using the random number generator, although my mailing list isn't numbered so I had to count backward from the last person on the list to find out who was lucky number 126. Fun times.
Thanks to everyone who participated, and for leaving nice comments.
Hi, I'm Janna. I'm a tapestry weaver, longtime knitter, 2013 graduate of Concordia University's Fibres and Material Practices program, and co-founder of Everlea Textiles. In my art practice I combine textiles and socially engaged media. Here on the VY blog I mostly share my knits, local events and about other local artists and crafters.