I had a rare, full weekend at home, and when that happens I try to organize stuff around my apartment. I have this great yarn storage fixture my dad built when I moved in, but I’ve been struggling with where to keep my little, partial skeins. I do hold on to any leftovers from projects. […]Read More More (Little) Stash, More (Little) Storage
Do you remember when I went to the Swig and Stitch event at the National World War I Museum? Well, our teacher was very nice, and had extra kits that she gave out. By that time, the only ones left were the American Flag design, and honestly I would have rather had another poppy. Beggars […]Read More Some Independence Day Thoughts
FahrOut Fiber Adventures is celebrating its first anniversary today! I’ve had a lot of fun writing about all my fiber adventures, and I hope you’ve had fun reading about them. Of course, how better to celebrate an anniversary than with presents! I’m giving away three sets of locking stitch markers with my plying spider on […]Read More One Year of Adventures!
On Sunday, Ravelry put out a statement about Pro-Trump speech on their platform: “We cannot provide a space that is inclusive of all and also allow support for open white supremacy. Support of the Trump administration is undeniably support for white supremacy.” This. This right here is what so many people have been trying to […]Read More I Stand with Ravelry
I want to wish everyone in the LGBTQ community a very happy Pride Month. I hope you’re celebrating yourself in your best way. Of course, there’s been a discussion that the LGBTQ community needs to be celebrated and supported all the months of the year, not just in June, and I couldn’t agree more. I […]Read More Happy Pride Month
“Life’s a little bit messy. We all make mistakes. No matter what type of animal you are, change starts with you.” – Judy Hopps, Zootopia You might have noticed a few changes going on around here! My good friend and coworker, Shea, designed a logo for me, and it inspired me to redesign the whole […]Read More A New Look
You might recall my cotton growing escapades from last year, I was really excited about it! Well, this terrible winter came in and destroyed all of my cotton plants before they finished producing. I only got about half an ounce. So the trick would be to get them in the ground earlier so they’re producing […]Read More And the Cotton is Planted