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Knitted in black, midnight lake, harvest wheat, granite, denim, and milk chocolate Shepherd’s Wool from Stonehedge Fiber Mill, this latest addition to the Brooker Hollow collection might be my favorite. I got a chance to wear it around the Oregon coast for a week, and it kept me warm!

Here’s a view from the front:

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From the back:

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And in action in Yachats, Oregon:

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Adapted from Sasha Kagan‘s Bramble pattern, this sweater was an experiment in partially following a pattern. I used primarily Shepherd’s Wool, a merino yarn I love to work with.


The body is navy, and the arms are a mixture of black, orange, bubblegum pink, turquoise, heather grey, and chartreuse.

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Knitted in Eco Duo yarn (which might be my favorite this season). 70% baby alpaca / 30% merino wool. 54″ long. Color: storm (above); pebble (below).

waverly in action

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78″ long. 6.5″ wide. knitted in grey and green merino.

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Slowly, but surely, I’m starting to make baby things.  I made this hat for baby Elliot out of Malabrigo’s beautiful green merino wool. What a cutie.

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