This sweater? Its magical. Its okay if you don’t believe that because I believe enough for both of us. It was made years ago by my mother when I was dying. […]
What does a knitter do when its non-stop rain and flash floods outside? The same thing she does when its sunny and gorgeous. She knits! But when its wet and yucky and the sun never shines she knits grumpy.
Whoever made the curved cardboard scratcher is a genius. They understand cats, what they love, and how cats need to kill what they love.
Let’s have a nice chat about math, and art, and knitting, and flowers, and don’t even worry about that math part. Its easy math, I promise.
A tee-shirt, two shawls, and a wrap. That’s what I’m working on. Three terrible days of no-knitting have ended and I have to make up for lost time!
So I’m up to four projects and I feel better. I’m going to work on them all. At the same time. While drinking coffee. It will be a marathon of knitting and crochet and it will make me a much more pleasant person.
Here is a way to weave in your cotton ends and they will stay where you put them.
Earlier in the week I wrote a post justifying myself for knitting in the dead of night. Well, this post is to justify myself for knitting while high. Because I am.
Is it lonely and sad? Is it a way to clear the mind? Or is it just that you can’t stop knitting? Let’s explore the issue.
Its always nice to have a project go from roving to handspun yarn to knitted, to finished.