Tag: three irish girls

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 →

MCU Love

I (obviously) have a huge case of MCUphilia–I am super in love with the Marvel Cinematic Universe. I made a special trip out of the house today (admittedly unusual on a day off; I really love being at home) to pick up a copy of Avengers: Age of Ultron on its release date. This is how I function. I know… 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 →

Announcing the DrawFour Club!

Nerdy knitters unite! I have so much fun working with my favorite dyers, creating brand new colors inspired by my favorite shows that I decided to put together a quarterly club. Every three months, starting in September, I’ll be featuring a limited offering of exclusive hand-dyed yarn, club-only DrawFour Designs pattern, handmade project bag, and kitschy notion. For the inaugural… 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 →

WIP Wednesday: Op-Art Socks

My dear and wise husband gifted me with a Barnes & Noble gift card for Christmas and with it, I purchased Stephanie van der Linden’s Op-Art Socks. I love the crazy patterns and color play in this book! The optical illusions are so trippy and I’m actually excited to try several of them, in spite of never identifying as a… Read more →