Social DisKnitting: Day 12

How’s everybody holding up? I’m better than I have been, which I guess is all we can ask for in these crazy times. I just keep looking for the positives, the silver linings. One of those is all of the crafting I can do in the comfort of my home. When it became clear that […]

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Me Made Mother’s Day

Late, I know, but we celebrated late ’cause Mom had the opportunity to celebrate with my sister in Chicago. I’ve made so many of these Crochet Geek Towel Toppers. Some people accuse them of being grandma-ish until they realize what great access they have to their dish towel. Plus, they’re really quick and fun to […]

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Let Me Finish Vol. 2

Last week, I showed you my finished projects from the Fiber Treasures retreat, and now I have two more! These are the yarns I spun on that Sunday: And here’s what I made! Two cowls! The pink one is my lock spun yarn, loosely using the Escarpment Cowl pattern. I essentially knit a triangle shawl […]

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Let Me Finish

I have always been the idea girl and never the finish-to-completion-before-starting-anew girl. I get really excited about starting a project, but then I usually find something new or get bored and I move on to the next thing. If I never had deadlines, I’m not sure I’d ever finish anything. Which is why I’m happy […]

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Partial Frogging

In my post about Road Block(ing), I wrote about my Rocky Mountain Aspens shawl, and how I really didn’t like the final product, at least not as a whole. I did love the lace, and I worked really hard not only to knit it but to get it looking finished by brunch. What I didn’t […]

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