Baby Latte Coat

I just completed this adorable Baby Latte Coat for my son, and after a little bit of bribery, he finally put it on so I could snap a few pictures!

 This is going to be the perfect coat for him to wear this winter. The design itself is so dapper with the double row of buttons and textured band. I used Quince and Co. Osprey yarn in the honey colorway for this knit and I love the warmth and squish that this yarn provides.

Pattern available HERE.
Yarn available HERE.


The Never Not Knitting Podcast : Episode 86 : Finding Athena

Episode 86


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I recently knit up this sweet tiny little cardigan as a baby gift.
It took only a few hours to make. It was soooo quick and easy!
Granted.. this is the smallest size. It looks like it would fit maybe a 3 month old.

I used a stashed skein of Becoming Art worsted weight yarn. I lost the label.. so that is unfortunately all I know... but you cannot go wrong with Becoming Art. Everything Lisa dyes up is just beautiful. The pattern is called Yoked Cardigan by Hannah Fettig. I did make one tiny modification. I added some decreases to the sleeves to bring them in a bit. I prefer that to the flared sleeve look.

I think this might be my new go-to baby gift pattern. It is so very sweet. If you are looking for a last minute baby gift, this is the cardigan for you! 

Pattern available HERE.



I just happened to finish knitting the most adorable hat pattern I have ever seen.
I did not make this for any special reason, nor was I planning on knitting it. It was simply a case of seeing this design and having to have it... right now.

I am so enjoying the current popularity of woodland animal patterns, and this one is no exception.

Meet Foxy!

This unbelievably cute hat was knit from the Foxy & Wolfie pattern designed by Ekaterina Blanchard and I used two very beautiful yarns from my out of control massive yarn collection. 

The orange skein is the beautiful Snow Capped Yarns Olde Salt Collection in the Rusty Anchor colorway from Cordova, Alaska. The Cream color yarn is Big Bad Wools Weepaca in Raw White. Both yarns were wonderful to work with and I am happy to have found these perfect colorways in my stash for this hat!

I made the toddler size and it somehow fits both of my kids. I think my 3 year old son has a giant head and my almost 9 year old daughter has a tiny head. Works out perfectly.

In other news.. both of my children love this hat. My knitwear-hating son actually asked to put it on.

This little hat makes me so happy.

Pattern is available HERE.


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