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At 6 years of age, scraps of lace found their way onto my doll’s clothes. Later, sewing skills advanced to making a kilt then art quilts. I began knitting in 2006, when seven months pregnant with my ...
At 6 years of age, scraps of lace found their way onto my doll’s clothes. Later, sewing skills advanced to making a kilt then art quilts. I began knitting in 2006, when seven months pregnant with my second child. With two children in diapers, a full time job, a husband, a farmhouse on 5 acres and 2 cats, knitting became my meditation. Watercolor painting, seed beading and gardening are also prevalent in my studio.
Largely self-taught through books, with emergency help from knitting friends and my LYS, I find myself knitting during lunch breaks, sport practices, scout meetings and every evening before reluctantly sleeping.
Contact me by email firstname.lastname@example.org or at michelle312 on Ravelry and Craftsy. Download other designs from Michelle Donohue’s Ravelry or Craftsy stores.
Reversible infinity cowl may be worn as a scarf, wrapped around the neck or around the head and neck. Inspired by the mountains surrounding Lake Tahoe, this thickly textured cowl chases away the fiercest
wind and cold. Knitted in bulky yarn, this is a quick, make-it-in-aweekend gift for a friend, loved one or for yourself.
300 yards of Bulky weight