Gina's back! You know what that means... something pink:
Doesn't it look like undies?! Actually, it's the beginnings of Annie Modesitt's Bias Corset from the Summer Interweave Knits. It's really cute - and soooo pink!
Gina has turned her pink Phildar Onde yarn into the Sunrise Circle jacket from Interweave Knits. I love the combination of the color fade and that awesome circular short-rowing!
Gina's knitting up the sunshine wrap from Interweave Knits in that neato Phildar Onde yarn that fades from one color to the other. She's yet to put the pieces together, but the pinks are so soft and delicate.
I've heard that she might need more of the pink yarn. Come on, who out there has another ball of Onde for her? Anyone? Anyone?
It's knitted toy week at Knitsmiths! Gina is working on this adorable monkey in Rowan Cashsoft.
Also on her needles is a branching out scarf for her mother-in-law (more Rowan Cashsoft).
And check out how awesome her son looks in his finished Fantastic 4 sweater that Gina designed!
Gina's fantastic cardigan from a recent Vogue Knitting. And her terrific design for a Fantastic 4 sweater for her son.
Gina's kids dyed this yarn all by themselves with Kool-Aid and now she's knitting socks for them with it. How cool is that?!
Gina brought her daughter in again this week and this time she had one of those plastic potholder-making loom machines. You know, the junky ones that you loved when you were a kid!
And look, another project completed during Knitsmiths!
Gina's fabulous Sneak a Peek tank (from Interweave Knits' subscriber only section).
Look at that back. Wow!
Gina's ribby top is looking great in that fabulous Phildar Onde yarn.
Gina's little one brought in some knitting of her own.
And the finished project: an adorable i-cord bracelet!
A faux shearling jacket in shocking pink! Gina's come up with the neatest pattern to go with those baby Ugg booties!
Gina's been making the little best friend dolls (as part of our tea party knitalong). They are so cute. I love that hair!
Gina's working on another baby sweater (she's already made five this summer!). This one has a sweet heart pattern on the sleeves.
And her kids stopped by last week to give us a puppet show.
Gina's fabby black and white sweater!
This sweater started out as a poncho. Gina got the yarn in our Knitsmiths yarn swap and didn't end up having enough to make a poncho, so she redesigned it into a 3/4 sleeve sweater. Don't you love the fibonacci stripes?!
Gina does pink!
Knitsmiths go chic!
Gina and Shannon in their new ChicKamis.