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.

x |

Aww so sweet! Definitely incentive to knit more adorable sweaters for MJ!

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.)

Projects: x | x | x

Pattern: x

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.