Its always nice to have a project go from roving to handspun yarn to knitted, to finished.
My days off are boring. I knit. I drink coffee. I read. I eat junk food. Tomorrow people will ask what I did and they will be disappointed.
Pffft. People just don’t know what’s good! Good is knitting and reading and coffee and junk food.
Five signs that you may be a HARD CORE knitter or crocheter.
The sun is out for the first time in a month and I’m playing hooky. There is yarn and coffee and cookies and a lovely warm summer day.
Stop me if you’ve heard this before: “I just don’t have the patience for that crochet stuff.” Or maybe it sounded like this: “I’d love to knit but I don’t […]
In which I propose a radical plan to convince the non-knitters and non-crocheters around us that what we do is challenging, extraordinary, and we all deserve mad respect.
I got the creeping crud, the sick-ies, the h1n1, the ebola, the swine flu. Or maybe its Dengue Fever. Or malaria. I got the latest version of whatever microscopic killer […]
An in-depth look at the habits and projects of an obsessed knitter, crocheter, and handspinner who can never seem to get anything done.
Yarn on sale. Door prizes. Two trunk shows. Free knit and crochet classes. In other words, I had a great time at The Sated Sheep.
I have knitting projects piling up. There is too much beautiful yarn and too many possibilities. In other words, I’m having a good week.