Wee Wednesday

  • Wee Wednesday FO: Toddler Honey Cowl

    I swear I did brush her hair a few minutes earlier, i don’t know what happened.  My great and tremendous love of cowls meant that it was really just a matter of time before I decided to make one for Lila. I found this mystery skein in my stash (you can see it in a

  • Wee Wednesday: Alpaca Farm Adventures

    It was Canadian Thanksgiving this past weekend, so we took some time to go up North to Sudbury and spend time with family. Lila was particularly excited that her godfather made her a real wooden hockey stick, cut to her size, capped and taped just right. She thought it was the coolest! Here she is,

  • Lila Lately: 2 Years Old

    Lila is such a little character now, so much her own self. It’s amazing to see a child develop from a cuddly newborn snugglelump (sure, that’s a word) to a little person who definitely has her own opinions on things.  She’s able to do the stairs on her own (while holding onto a banister, and

  • WIP: Baby Sweater in Progress

    I was working on this great little baby sweater for Lila, as part of the Ravellenic Games (for those not aware, the Ravellenic Games is a sort of knit-along that happens during the length of the Olympics. You cast on during the opening ceremonies, and you have to finish your project by the end of

  • Wee Wednesday: Cottage Time

    We went to the cottage with my in-laws for a little getaway, which was a wonderful break during this really busy time. Left to right, top row: we saw a deer! me snowshoeing, Guy with Lila and his parents the day after I flew home. Second row: family stroll, Lila chowing down on a smoked

  • DIY Heart Onesie, and Letterpress Valentines

    Just before Valentine’s Day, I went to a private letterpress workshop at Snap + Tumble, a great indie letterpress here in Toronto. Tanya often runs private workshops in her home, and it’s was an amazing way to try letterpress for the first time. I went in knowing absolutely nothing, but Tanya was amazing and walked

  • Wee Wednesday: Merry Christmas!

    After the sort-of-disastrous Christmas card photo shoot, we decided to use a great family we shot we got in early November: I think it worked out! And at least I got the Christmas cards out on time. For those of you that don’t celebrate Christmas, I hope you enjoy the peace and quiet of a