Monthly Archives: February 2015

  • Gathering Cowl Finished

    The Gathering Cowl is finished. It has been soaked late-night style and left to dry in front of the fire. Note to self: practice the Kitchener stitch. I kind of suck at it. Is that a bad sign? I liked the pattern, although I will say the geometry if the pattern wears better off-human than …

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  • A Day In The Life

    Source A day in the life of a knitter (who is also a mother of a toddler)…I picked a day to chronicle when I was off work and thus more likely to think about actually getting knitting in. 6:30 Up. 7:00 Out of bed. 7:15 Family soak in the hot tub (we keep the water …

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  • Work in Progress: Travel Knitting

    It took too entire days, but we made it home. Such are the joys of living in The Middle of Nowhere: it takes a very long time to get to and fro anywhere else. The night before our flight, I was up late frantically winding a skein of String Theory Hand Dyed Yarn in Caper …

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  • Pattern Release: Nikita Shawl

    Often when I knit, I know the finished item will be a gift for a specific person. While I knit, I will think of that person. It’s like there is no going back. No changing my mind. No deciding to give the item to someone else or keeping it for myself after all. It’s a …

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  • Help Wanted

    Okay knitters. Spread the word. I am looking for some knitters that also have the expressed skill of fluently speaking and writing in another language to help me translate some of my patterns. I am willing to pay money. I would say I am willing to pay cold, hard cash, but I am thinking PayPal …

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