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Hi! My name is Hiro.
I was born and grew up in Osaka, Japan.
Currently I live in Upstate NY.
Love crafting & micro brewed beer.

All photos are taken by me. All rights reserved.
Matching knitted caps for my husband and son

Pattern: Bramble headYarn: Knit picks Wool of the Andes Tweed (80% Peruvian Highland Wool, 20% Donegal Tweed / Worsted weight) Brass Heather

Matching knitted caps for my husband and son

Pattern: Bramble head
Yarn: Knit picks Wool of the Andes Tweed (80% Peruvian Highland Wool, 20% Donegal Tweed / Worsted weight) Brass Heather

Wool vest for my husband
Pattern: Butterick 5320Fabric: Wool / Polyester 60/40

Wool vest for my husband

Pattern: Butterick 5320
Fabric: Wool / Polyester 60/40

SocksPattern: BrainlessYarn: Knit Picks Felici Sport Self StripingNeedle: 3.25mm circularGauge: 7 stitches / inch

Socks

Pattern: Brainless
Yarn: Knit Picks Felici Sport Self Striping
Needle: 3.25mm circular
Gauge: 7 stitches / inch

Horizontal collar shirt for my husband
Pattern: 男のシャツの本
Fabric: 100% Cotton print

Horizontal collar shirt for my husband

Pattern: 男のシャツの本

Fabric: 100% Cotton print

Pattern: Southwestern Socks and you can download PDF here.
Yarn: Patons Classic Wool / Medium weight / 100% Wool / 1.5 skeins
Needles: 3.3mm

I like this pattern a lot. It was very fun to knit.
I knitted 2 pairs for my husband so the next pair should be mine.
Wendy has more free patterns!

Pattern: Southwestern Socks and you can download PDF here.

Yarn: Patons Classic Wool / Medium weight / 100% Wool / 1.5 skeins

Needles: 3.3mm

I like this pattern a lot. It was very fun to knit.

I knitted 2 pairs for my husband so the next pair should be mine.

Wendy has more free patterns!

Since we moved to upstate NY, we need warmer clothes.
I have been interested in using toe-up method for a long time but FINALLY tried it!
This is my first time I used this method on top of English written pattern, it was rather challenging but I managed it all right. (I had to take a part several times though…)
Pattern: Vise-Versa in Ravelry
Yarn: Lion Wool-Ease / Worsted weight / 80% Acrylic, 20% Wool / Denim Twist / 2 skeins
Needle: 2.75mm

Since we moved to upstate NY, we need warmer clothes.

I have been interested in using toe-up method for a long time but FINALLY tried it!

This is my first time I used this method on top of English written pattern, it was rather challenging but I managed it all right. (I had to take a part several times though…)

Pattern: Vise-Versa in Ravelry

Yarn: Lion Wool-Ease / Worsted weight / 80% Acrylic, 20% Wool / Denim Twist / 2 skeins

Needle: 2.75mm

Made two driving caps for my husband ♥
He chose the fabric. Somehow, the green matches his glasses arm color!! Total accident.

Tan color hat is shorter and a bit sleek looking; green one is taller and more casual looking. I like both styles!

Made two driving caps for my husband ♥

He chose the fabric. Somehow, the green matches his glasses arm color!! Total accident.

Tan color hat is shorter and a bit sleek looking; green one is taller and more casual looking. I like both styles!