Its almost Yarn-Crawl-Time. That means deadlines for all of us wanna-be professional crafters. Guess what? This wanna-be isn’t done with her Yarn Crawl knitting yet.
When feminists come for your knitting… here are some things you might tell them.
So I had to rip back about 200 yards of knitting. I admit to ripping back often. In fact, I may qualify as a professional ripper-outer. I have been known […]
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.
I’ll (still) never knit any Herbert Niebling designs.
And you can’t make me.
I’m heading to Hill Country Weavers, a wonderful local yarn store. The place may be small but its stuffed with yarn-y goodness.
I’m only going to buy needles though. Honest. Want to come with?
Knitters and crocheters can make all sorts of home accents for themselves. Its very empowering. Once you start, its hard to stop.
I used to agree that spinning wheels were a big investment. Not anymore. You know what everyone buys that costs about the same as a wheel?
We shall fight on the beaches… we shall fight in the hills… we shall never surrender.
And when we win, we celebrate with a new cast-on.