I’m not going to do any work today, because it’s Labor Day in the US, but here’s a blast from the past for you, a favorite stitch pattern of mine: Rain.
I drew a complete blank about what to write about this week. (It happens to everyone sometimes!) Instead, I’m going to share some links to some of my favorite technique posts that I’ve written.
I encoded eclipse as a stitch pattern in 2014; you can find the instructions here.
It includes both lace and a chart for stranded knitting or any craft that uses a grid (needlepoint, filet crochet, cross stitch, etc.)
New content is still on hiatus while I work on a big project. Instead, since we’re coming up on Halloween, I’m going to link to a stitch pattern I made that accidentally looked like skulls. (By the way, the human tendency to see random images as faces and so on is called pareidolia.
Continue reading Stitch flashback: skulls
There’s a thing on Twitter, and probably elsewhere, where people post on Thursdays about things they were doing in the past. I’ve been thinking recently that I have a bunch of older posts I enjoyed making that I made when my blog audience was much smaller.
Throwback Thursday seems like a good excuse to share them. I hope you’ll agree!
Back in 2012, I did a whole series of posts on picking out color schemes from photographs using a range of computer tools. Here’s a link to the first; the whole set can be seen using the color exercises tag. (There’s some other posts on color as well.)