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It’s time to unleash your knitting superpowers! I am absolutely giddy to announce that after over a year of hard work, my first knitting book (omg, I’m an author!) called Mosaic Knitting Workshop is available for purchase!

I’ve poured my heart and soul into Mosaic Knitting Workshop, and let me tell you, it’s packed with all the juicy secrets of mosaic knitting. Brace yourself for step-by-step instructions, mind-blowing visuals (my photographer blew it out of the water!) and the kind of tips that will make you go, “Whoa, I never knew I could do that!” I even help you learn to read charts and written instructions, pick out yarn, select colors, introduce my favorite cast on and bind offs, and I even teach you how to make your own motifs!

The book features 15 projects ranging from wraps, shawls, and cowls, to blankets, throws, and pillow covers. Each project has its own unique motif, and I even suggest different colorways to change the “mood” of your project!

You can find the book available on Book Depository, Barnes and Noble, Bookmarked Hub,, IndiePubs, and Amazon OR if you’re intested in SIGNED AND PERSONALIZED copies of the book, you can find a limited number available on my website.

These signed copies come straight from yours truly, complete with a personal touch that’ll make your heart skip a beat. Can we say “collector’s item?”

Plus, you have the power to customize it with a handwritten message on the inside cover that’ll make this book uniquely yours or a heartfelt gift for someone special (just write in the notes upon check out what you want me to write!).

Grab your limited edition, signed copy of Mosaic Knitting Workshop now and let’s dive headfirst into a world of color, texture, and undeniable knitting greatness! You’re one stitch away from knitting mastery, and I’m here to cheer you on every step of the way. Let’s do this!

Also, if you need your copy of the book faster, or you don’t want to pay the couple of extra dollars to get it signed (don’t worry, I understand!), this book is available from all major book sellers – you can do a quick search for my name and it should pop up. Or, here is an Amazon link if you’re interested.

Huacachina is an oasis in the middle of one of the driest deserts in the world. This small Peruvian lagoon is surrounded by bars and clubs, and has increasingly become a launch point for adventurous sandboarders!

This fun three-color shawl takes a traditional half-pi shape and adds in short row elements to stretch the shawl in a wavy and undulating fashion, not unlike the many mirages you see when visiting Huacachina.

Choose any two funky colored fingering weight skeins, and one skein of your favorite mohair and get knitting! If mohair isn’t your style, just grab about half a skein of another fingering weight yarn of your choice!

For my sample, I used Superstition by Forbidden Fiber Co in Electric and Jewelry Boss, and Fairytale by Happiness Yarn Co in Blaze.

Sedona Sunrise is my absolute favorite shawl. I was inspired to design this shawl after a girls trip to Sedona, Arizona, that I took with my college roommates to escape our busy lives and reconnect for a few days. We stayed on a horse ranch and hiked to our heart’s content. Now, almost a decade later (after not seeing each other for about five years — aren’t adult friendships interesting?), we will be meeting up again next weekend to celebrate a wedding. With two young kids, I almost never get a chance to travel solo — needless to say, I can’t wait for a mini adventure!

This beautiful, oversized, three-color wrap reminds me of the gorgeous sunrises that awaited us every morning in Sedona.

The shawl is worked from the center out, and mosaic work makes the complicated easy — only one color is worked at a time! Happy knitting!

The pattern has written instructions for the garter stitch sections and has charted instructions for the mosaic sections, and there is a schematic to help guide the knitter. The pattern is available in both English and German.

My new book “Mosaic Knitting Workshop” drops on June 6th and it’s available for preorder now!

Whether you’re a seasoned pro or just starting out, my book has everything you need to become a mosaic colorwork master. I’m talking step-by-step instructions, detailed illustrations, and tons of tips and tricks, plus 15 patterns ranging from simple coasters and cup cozies to shawls, pillow covers and blankets!

Ready to take your knitting game to the next level?

If you’re interested, please preorder! Preorders are super important for new authors – they help to signal to the publisher how many books they need to print, and help the book gain traction and hopefully gain the attention of larger retailers!!

You can grab your copy today from most major booksellers (Amazon, Book Marked Hub, Barnes and Noble, Indie Pubs, and are a few)!

I hope this post finds you well and that your knitting needles have been clacking away like crazy. I wanted to share some exciting news with you: I’ve just added a bunch of new cheeky knitting related t-shirt designs to my website!

Whether you’re a die-hard knitter or just love all things woolly, these shirts are sure to bring a smile to your face. From punny slogans to cute graphics, there’s something for everyone. And with sizes ranging from XS all the way up to 5XL, you can show off your love of knitting no matter your shape or size.

But that’s not all — most of these shirts come in spring/summer-y colors, so you can wear them all season long. Picture yourself sipping lemonade in the backyard, needles in hand, sporting a pink “Buzz Off I’m Counting My Stitches” tee. Sounds pretty great, right?

So head on over to my website and check out these new designs. I promise they’ll add a little extra fun to your knitting routine. And as always, thank you for your support!

Spring fever has hit, and I’m spreading the joy with a sale! 🌞🌷 Get 30% off on all my knitting patterns and indulge in some springtime knitting. It’s the perfect opportunity to stock up on your favorite designs and start your spring knitting projects.

Use coupon code “SPRINGCLEAN” to get 30% off all my patterns on Ravelry until midnight on Sunday April 23rd.

Nami Island near Seoul, South Korea is one of the most romantic and picturesque locations I’ve had the pleasure of visiting.

If you take a stroll around this enchanted island in the fall, you’ll find vibrant red and gold foliage, picturesque tree-lined lanes, wood bridges over clear pools, museums and artist booths, and small stands selling warm drinks and delicious food.

This crafty circular shawl invokes the fall colors of Nami Island, while the colorwork pattern is reminiscent of the bridges, walking paths, and florals that can be found on Nami Island.

I used Croft Fingering by Red Stag Fibre in Bordeaux, Antique Linen, and Antique Leather — they were such a joy to work with!

I had the pleasure of calling San Angelo, Texas, my home for about a year. This small Texas city is steeped in rich history and a surprising art scene. While living there, I fell in love with mesquite artwork inlaid with turquoise. There is something magical about this combination.

This week, I want to introduce San Angelo. This gorgeous shawl was designed for the Mad Tosh Studio series, and it is one of my favorites. It features short row stripes that are a cross between tiger stripes and my favorite turquoise embedded in mesquite wood. Check out the Ravelry project pages to see some of the fun color combinations other knitters have discovered!

This fun triangular shawl is worked from the center out featuring short rows, wrapped stitches, and a fun mosaic colorwork motif.

Meet the Pacific Grove Shawl.

As a young lieutenant in the Air Force, I was absolutely spoiled to be stationed in the central coast of California for my first assignment, as a student at the Naval Postgraduate School. While there, I met my husband, an Army captain — we sat next to each other in class for almost an entire semester before we worked up the nerve to talk to each other… And I guess you could say, everything else is history! We are celebrating our 10-year anniversary this year and have two cute kiddos who consume all our free time. This shawl would have been perfect for all the cool evenings that we spent walking along the coast in Pacific Grove.

This fingering-weight pattern is full of garter stitch, simple stripes, mosaic colorwork, and finishes with a gorgeous i-cord bind-off. I used La Jolla by Baah Yarn in Blue Winged Teal and Coral Bay, and my testers used some other very unique color combinations if you are looking for inspiration!

The long-awaited Tucson bandana cowl is finally available for purchase as an individual pattern! This lightweight cowl is perfect for cool fall evenings, and I promise as you knit you’ll want to keep knitting just one more round to watch the mesmerizing stranded paisley motif emerge. It’s colorwork perfection! To achieve the classic bandana shape, you’ll start the cowl working flat and then will join in the round for all the colorwork, and then you’ll bind off with a stretchy Icelandic bind off.

This sample features the silky smooth Merino silk blend Paloma by Less Traveled Yarn in one skein of Cabinwood and one of Devil’s Bridge, but be sure to check out the Ravelry project pages for other color combination inspiration.

This pattern was originally featured in the book Handmade: Slow Fashion Inspired by Arizona’s Five Cs, and I’m thrilled to be able to offer it as a single pattern for you!