Author: Megan Brightwood

Men’s Beanie

I'd done a version of this men's beanie back before my oldest was born, and considering she just turned four, I thought it was time for a little update! This hat is knit in the round, using a Berroco Remix yarn, and turned


Basic Mittens

I've found that there is one project in particular that people are always looking for, whether it is here, on my blog, or on my YouTube channel, and that's a basic pair of mittens, suitable for a beginner. While mittens are not typically a


Cozy Cuff Socks

I absolutely love the design of these socks! It looks as if the cuff is cabled, but it's in fact just a clever little stitch that looks much fancier than it actually is. Featuring a honeycomb heel, this understated, elegant sock was


Simple Ribbed Socks

I've been asked to share some form of sock pattern for quite a while, so today I thought I would share my favorite - a simple ribbed sock. I love this style because it can fit almost any size foot, thanks to the natural


Our New Normal

Quarantine. That's such a scary word, isn't it? When we heard that this novel coronavirus, now known as Sars-CoV-2, was on its way to the U.S., Joe and I decided that the kids and I would go into a self-quarantine while he continued


Mysa Hat by Tabi Gandee

If you've never heard of Tabitha Gandee, allow me to introduce you to one of my favorite smaller designers! She is half of the Hey Sister Podcast, and as of writing this post, she has eleven patterns on her Ravelry site - half of


Interview with my Three-Year-Old

It still feels impossible, but today is Evelyn's third birthday! She is such an independent, determined, fun-loving girl, and it's been amazing to see her grow into her personality these past few years. This year, we started going to ECFE classes (Early Childhood