Tag: drawfour designs

More MSTie Fun

I did a couple of other things: After finishing the sweater for Chris, I spent some time making hats for the MST3K Live Watch Out for Snakes Tour cast. What they did with the new season made me so happy and has been so satisfying to rewatch, I needed to thank them in a tactile way. Since I cover the… Read more →

Civil War Cap Bundles!

Hey guys! I know it’s been a month but it’s been a really busy month. I’ve been knitting up a storm and then I spent all day yesterday behind my sewing machine so that StevenBe could launch these super rad DrawFour bundles tonight. Bundles include my latest project bag, the Lil’ Keeper, a set of 5 stitch markers to rep… Read more →

FO Friday: Rory Cowl

It’s been a really busy week and I didn’t plan out my blogs–see how well that works? So first off, congratulations to Lisa, winner of last week’s Tuesday Reviewsday Geeky Giveaway! Her bundle includes a copy of Knits for Nerds, my Can’t Stop the Signal pattern, a skein of StevenBe Nerd Alert SMASH by Three Irish Girls, a Geronimo project… Read more →

DrawFour Club September 2014: Deep Breath

It’s finally here! The very first DrawFour Club–a celebration of projects (because buying yarn with an idea isn’t stashing). I’ve been hard at work hammering out the bag design, creating fun stitch markers (and testing them–that’s important, right?), and doing that thing that my mom taught me: adding one more thing to the mix at the very last minute because… Read more →

Bad Blogger!

No posts in a month? For shame, Bridget. FOR. SHAME. Lisa lectured me briefly at CONsole Room, the Doctor Who convention here in Minneapolis, so here I am. What have we missed? Fiber Fest 2014 was crazy and exhausting. I got to spend time with some rock star knitters…and internationally-known teachers. I also ran down to Texas for a day… Read more →

New Pattern: Irene Adler

I love Sherlock Holmes. I love Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Holmes stories, I love the Robert Downey Jr. movies, and I absolutely adore the BBC modernized Sherlock. From the very beginning, I’ve had great admiration for the only woman who won the respect of Sherlock Holmes: Irene Adler. She’s clever and witty and she wins. She beats Holmes and so… Read more →