Monthly Archives: January 2017

  • Readers’ Choice: Indie Yarn Dyers

    I hate to gloat, but if you’re buried in snow, pelted by sleet, drug down by the Dark, Dark, Dark days, or just generally cold…well, I am living it up somewhere warm and sunny. And I just might not come home. #endlessvacation Because for the first time in WEEKS, my hands are finally warm and …

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  • Getting Ready to Launch

    The year has been off to a crazier-than-normal start–a flurry of work, remodeling and painting up to my eyeballs, and, now, packing. It’s kind of like I am picking up in the middle of a hurricane, leaving the mess in situ, preserving my disastrous life like a time capsule of chaos. At least until I get home …

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  • Year of the Indie Yarn Dyer

    We all must lift each other up. ‘Cause no one else is going to do it. If economic statistics hold true, there isn’t a single person who will read this post who is wealthy in any sort of real sense. In fact, most of you are broke, in debt, and possibly a paycheck away from …

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  • My 2017 Bucket List of Must Knits

    I’ve been such a hot knitting mess lately! In the last few days, I’ve made so many mistakes! I’ve spend an absurd amount of time picking out a frogged mitt, stitch by stitch, wondering why it was taking SO long before I realized I was trying to unravel the WRONG end of my mitt. I …

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  • Reed’s Sweater: Locksley by Emily Ringelman

    One of the many things about having kids is sometimes they make you surprise even yourself. As in, you’re out the door, gracing your back yard with your p.j.-clad presence shortly after 7:00 a.m. to send your son shooting down the normally gently sloped back yard on his sled, laughing as he chants at tremendous …

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