Monthly Archives: April 2014

Sunday spinning update: qiviut

I was away this weekend at the DKC Knitter’s Frolic in Toronto helping out at the Sheeps Ahoy booth, but I don’t have my thoughts sorted enough to tell you about that yet. What I can tell you is that … Continue reading

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A walk around the park

Remember a couple of weeks ago when I was in downtown Ottawa? The classes with Nancy Bush were at the top of a hotel right beside the massive Museum of Nature, and at lunch time I went out to hunt … Continue reading

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Saturday spinning update: Qiviut singles

Here’s where the qiviut spinning is at right now: I’ve finally finished the singles and today I took over half an hour to wind them up for plying. Part of that time was me being slow and careful, part of … Continue reading

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A weekend with Nancy Bush

Wow. I’m still trying to process all the knitting I’ve done and everything I’ve learned in the last few days. It’s been a whirlwind! Our local knitting guild brought Nancy Bush in for a series of workshops this weekend, and … Continue reading

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Saturday spinning update: qiviut

Before I talk about the spinning, I’ll just mention briefly that I went to my first class with Nancy Bush today. I’ll save up all my thoughts about this weekend’s classes write about them all at once early next week. … Continue reading

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Morgaine & Khufu

Looking back over the blog, I’ve apparently only hinted about Morgaine in the past. Morgaine is a small crescent-shaped shawl that I designed for the Wooly Wonka Fibers Small Shawl Club.¬†The inspiration behind the shawl is the character Morgaine¬†from The … Continue reading

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