Professional Voice Talent, Amateur Actor and Knitter

Knitting thoughts

I’m working on a new baby sweater for a coworker who’s recently adopted a toddler. The pattern is called Metamorphic, and if you use three shades of the same colour, you get a cool ombre effect. I’m doing it in shades of brown.

Metamorphic Sweater

I’ve always known that I’m a tight knitter, but it was really driven home to me when I started this sweater. The pattern calls for DK weight yarn, but I could only find three shades of the same colour in worsted. For a normal knitter, this would mean that you’d have to go down a needle size to account for the thicker yarn, but when I started swatching, I found I needed to go up a needle size!

I’ve never been tempted to instagram my food, but it occurred to me this past week, watching a few friends at knitting circle trying to get good shots of their projects, that we look just like those food bloggers when we’re doing so. I have found myself perching on a step stool perched on a chair to get the height needed to photograph some of my larger projects.


Rainbow Valley by Lucy Maud Montgomery


Drop Biscuits

1 Comment

  1. Laurel Van Maren (darthlaurel)

    What an unexpected pleasure to find that the reader I knit to, is also a knitter. Thank you again and again for your wonderful readings of Jane Austin’s works.
    P. S. I, also, am a very tight knitter. If you have not tried Kollage square knitting needles, you might consider them. They helped me.

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