Monthly Archives: January 2015

  • A Chair to Knit In

    Virginia Woolf said every woman needs a room of her own. True that. More so,¬†every knitter needs a chair (or sofa) to knit in. A good one–a chair that makes you feel all warm and fuzzy inside and brings you to your happy spot. I have a favorite knitting nook at home, which I will …

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  • On Finding Time to Knit

    I have a toddler. ‘Nough said. This is what I want to know: how do people with young children find time to knit? Is it acceptable to lock a toddler in the closet so mommy can knit? Yeah, probably not. Actually, definitely not. Do you knit while your children plays and encourage them to be …

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  • Hawaii Knitting

    Oh how I suffer. I am in Hawaii at present. The Big Island. The “rainy” side. It must be a drought, as I’ve seen only a few drops of precipitation. Surely I just jinxed myself. It will now proceed to pour for the balance of our trip. I am knitting another Twist Shawl. I loved …

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  • Pattern Release: Twist Shawl

    The Twist Shawl is the first pattern I have officially released on this new blog. It is also my favorite pattern I have designed to date. I am so proud of the finished product and truly feel good about sharing this design with fellow knitters. The pattern can be found in my Ravelry store as …

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  • Better Late Than Never

    I had planned to knit this hat for my father. Last Christmas. No, not LAST Christmas, as in the holiday recently celebrated a couple of weeks ago. The Christmas before LAST Christmas. Like, in 2013. Sorry, Dad. I got a little behind in life. The yarn was purchased on time. It’s been in my stash …

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