Monthly Archives: November 2013

Indie Knit & Spin Round-up

As expected, I had a delightful time at the Indie Knit & Spin on Saturday!   First, after four days of solo parenting, it was nice to have some time to focus on my own interests. Second, it was absolutely wonderful … Continue reading

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Claro Stole

As I think I’ve mentioned, while I was working up the pattern for Asola, I was also working on another stole that had the same construction. Because of the similarities and my desire to have the pattern ready for the … Continue reading

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In the Works: Something Old

In 2011, soon after I started working at Natural Stitches, the store decided to stop selling Noro yarns. I was asked if I would run a Knit and Crochet-a-long to “Say Goodbye to Noro”. Knowing what I know now, it … Continue reading

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Less than Three days

Today’s post is to remind you that less than three days remain in the pattern sale portion of the Indie Design Gift-a-Long on ravelry. All patterns in the participating patterns thread will remain 25% off with the promo code “giftalong” … Continue reading

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Indie Knit and Spin

Today’s post is for the benefit of my local readers, because there is a fun event coming up and I want to make sure that you all know about it. On November 16th from 11am to 5pm you can attend … Continue reading

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Baby Gifts

Confession time:   I am completely erratic and totally inconsistent when it comes to making baby gifts for friends. Some friends have received intricate, large blankets and some friends have gotten perfectly serviceable hats. One friend in particular was the first … Continue reading

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Asola debuts

I have been waiting for today with a lot of anticipation. It is interesting that I am fairly used to the delayed gratification of being an architect. I’ve worked on projects for years before construction even began, and in some … Continue reading

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