Monthly Archives: January 2016

My knitting companion: Poirot

I’ve been knitting so much this last week that I haven’t spent any time at all with my¬†spinning wheel. Hopefully that’ll change soon. I’ve been working on a deadline knit and I finally cast off last night. What’s been keeping … Continue reading

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Suburban Station Hat & Mittens: the design process

This week I put out a new hat & mitten set. The Suburban Station Hat & Mittens are inspired by a railway station in Philadelphia. (c) Lucius Kwok, under Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Generic license This was¬†one of those designs … Continue reading

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Sunday spinning update: back at it

After all the super skinny singles of December, I wanted to take things a little bit easier in January, so I grabbed a bag of Southern Cross Fibre (Esmerelda on Bond Wool). I split it into quarters and I’ve done … Continue reading

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My December knitting for fun

In December I did a fair bit of knitting from other people’s patterns. It started with the Indie GAL. I decided it was time to knit the shrug/sweater my daughter had been requesting. I’ve had the yarn for most of … Continue reading

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Happy New Year!

I really didn’t mean to go silent for a month. I’ve been having some much-needed relaxation time over the holidays and now I’m starting 2016 charged up and ready to go. The first thing that I want to do on … Continue reading

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