Inspired by the dragons of A Song of Ice and Fire/Game of Thrones, these socks feature a scale motif that moves around the leg and foot surrounded by twisted stitches. Although the original pattern is called Drogon and knit in a dark purple yarn, this version is knit in a light green more reminiscent of Rhaegal.
Those last few rows always seem to take forever!
Four hours, three slurpees, two pans, and one batch of homemade brown sugar later: cinnamon buns!
A trio of Snapdragon Tams! This is one of my favourite hat patterns and it’s definitely a go-to when I have an extra skein of light worsted weight yarn lying around. (I’ve actually made it four times, but I lost my green version somewhere in Banff a couple of Christmases ago.)
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Spontaneous lunch date with Jillian! We tried the new Greek place around the corner. It was pretty, but definitely overpriced for gyros.
FO: TINY Tea Leaves Cardi (project page, pattern page). A super adorable sweater made for a super adorable girl! I love the ruffled yoke, especially in this beautiful butter-yellow yarn. The buttons were leftovers from another project, but I think they go perfect with the sweater.