Monthly Archives: April 2017

  • Transitions, Knitting and Otherwise

    Knitting, like life, is full of transitions. We switch from knit to purl. Purl to knit. We cable left. Then we cable right. At first, as we learn and make our way, it’s awkward. Sometimes it gets better, and we find our groove. Sometimes it just stays awkward. And, sometimes, a project doesn’t work out …

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  • FO: Riverton Tee + MAJOR PATTERN DISCOUNT

    [Hey all. Big News! The designer of this tee, Sheila Toy Stromberg, has generously provided a 50% off coupon code for Riverton! This deal ends on May 13th. This is not an affiliate link. I simply love this tee and am grateful to Sheila for a perfect design. Use the code Andrea_Riverton when you check out …

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  • Introducing Knitley Road

    So far, the Year of the Indie Dyer has brought me nothing but amazing things. This pursuit has turned a formerly one-woman show into a team effort, and that is truly much more fun.  Last month, I shared my first sneak peak of one of my more recent projects featuring yarn from Knitley Road. I was lucky enough …

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  • Spring Bucket List of Must Knits

    Despite the deluge outside today, somewhere deep in my soul I KNOW it is Spring! This means I will be retiring the red wine for berry-based cocktails and sangria spritzers and (someday soon) sprucing up the dried out flower planters lurking on the front deck with some fresh starts. Outside, everything is blooming and actually …

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  • Dispatch: Road Trip

    Reed has always been such a good travel buddy, but now he’s a SUPER road tripper. Hours in the car up to Oregon, so excited to see his grandparents that he doesn’t even nap, immersed in searching for wildlife through the scopes of his binoculars, ever and always absorbed in his audio books. A quick …

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