Monday, February 8, 2016

Episode 7 - WIP's continued PLUS A GIVEAWAY

Pug Love Beanie 
(Correction from my podcast: This has reference to the pacific pug rescue, but is not made by them! Sorry!)

I have yet to finish going through these, but you should definitely check out Melinda from the Yarnderwoman Podcast
and Eric(sp?) from the  Sticks + Twine Podcast.


I have a shop update which you can find here.

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Episode 6: These are the WIP's that never end...

Thank you for joining me for Episode 6! I touch on many of the same WIP's as last week, so if you are interested in those check out last weeks notes!


The only FO for this week is the Everyday Pullover Sweater by Raya Budrevich.

The issue of Vogue Knitting I mentioned today is the Spring/Summer 1988. It was a fun read and the patterns are beautiful! I will have to keep my eye out for more of these in the future!

Thursday, January 21, 2016

Episode 5 - Attack of the WIP's

Thank you everyone for joining me for Episode 5. If you haven't had a chance to check out my latest episode you can find it below!


Today I talked about the many WIP's I have going or am about to cast on and I will link those below. I definitely cannot be called a monogamous knitter!
I had some technical difficulties this week, which I have gone over in the episode. Things will hopefully be back to normal next week!


I have two podcasts that I highly recommend you check out if you haven't already, one is for Andi of the Andre sue knits podcast. The other is Maria from the Stitched in Sweden Podcast.

I have a shop update which you can find here.

I also showed you guys some magazines today as well as a book so here is some information on those:
Amimomo Knit Collection: Autumn/Winter 2008
Vogue Knitting International Spring/Summer 1984 
Bernat Book NO. 65 Bulky knits designed by Mirsa of Italy for women and men
Decorative Crochet Number 3
Leisure Arts Vests for Women to knit and crochet Leaflet 141
Linette by Bernat Book No. 250
Knitting Elegance No. 14
Knit Scene Spring 2016
The Vogue/Butterick Step-by-step guide to sewing techniques

As always you can find me on Ravelry, Instagram, youtube and Etsy as CoffeeCrazedKnits.

Until next time!

Thursday, January 14, 2016

Episode 4 - Ramble City


Thank you for joining me for Episode 4! 

This weeks notes are pretty short, I didn't have a whole lot to show you.

Projects:

You can find my Etsy Shop Here.

You can also find me on instagram as CoffeeCrazedKnits, and on ravelry under the same name. 


Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Etsy Shop if LIVE!

I've discussed it previously and now it is actually happening! My Etsy shop is up and running!

https://www.etsy.com/shop/CoffeeCrazedKnits?ref=shopinfo_shophome_leftnav

Visit now for my first set of stitch markers. More to be added in the future!

Thursday, December 31, 2015

All the Christmas Goodies!

Thank you for watching episode 3 of my podcast, which also happens to be the final episode for 2015. I cannot believe how fast the time has gone! This episode is unfortunately a bit on the rambly side, but I hope you can forgive that! Thank you to my new subscriber and for returning viewers who may not have felt to press the subscribe button. I hope you enjoy!

You can find my latest episode here.

You can find me on Ravelry as CoffeeCrazedKnits, as well as on instagram under the same name.

Come the New Year I plan on opening up my Etsy shop so more updates on that front will be coming!

Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Episode 2

Thank you for joining me for episode two of Coffee Crazed Knits. My name is Kayla, and I'm glad you took the time today to sit with me. Today's episode was not jam packed full of FO's, and my WIP's are not all that impressive in size, but I am hoping that next week I will have more to show you!
For my WIP's this week I am working on the Spruce Cove Pullover by Michael Brian McNorril, which you can find Here. I am really enjoying this knit and am learning some new things along with it. First of which is Norwegian purl. This has made making ribbing so much easier for me. Here you can find the video that I used to learn the technique. This sweater has also been my gateway to mock ribbing and cabling.
On the same note of cabling I have begun some of my Christmas knitting which is headbands for the girls in my family. The pattern I am using is called Cable Headband by Jennifer Newman. I currently have four of these on my needles.

I only have two finished objects to show you guys this week. The first of which is a Christmas present for my mother. I am working on the Fisherman's Wife Cowl which I purchased from Craftsy during their Thanksgiving Day Sales.

The second FO that I have is a cat door knob toy I made. This is a rough version and there are some things I am going to tweak. I am going to be making some of these to sell at the pet store that I work at.






This week I started watching a new podcast, Little Bobbins Knits. I am starting from the very beginning and am only 15 episodes in but I am really enjoying watching her podcast.

Thank you for joining me this week! See you next time.