Monthly Archives: August 2014

Not with yarn

Tonight, I am headed to a neighbor’s house to do some sewing. It’s an opportunity to get to know some of the parents on our street better, and to make some skirts for the girl with fabric that I bought … Continue reading

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Trial and Error and Experience

I have once again been distracted by something shiny.    The shiny has led me to work on a crochet shawl design this week. The yarn is from SpaceCadet Creations and the inspiration was a submission call on ravelry. I’m going … Continue reading

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Fascia Shawl

My latest design came together rather quickly. I charted it out and swatched during a design class with Sivia Harding, and by that evening I had cast on for the sample. It was a little challenging to work on in … Continue reading

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Ripping Out & More

My first post this year was sort of a summary of the fact that I knew change was coming in 2014 and listing a few goals for the year. Since we are past the halfway point, I was curious to … Continue reading

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Halfway

I’ve talked about the Crackerjack project before. It is made following a recipe on ravelry, where each knitter decides what to knit when their favorite baseball team wins or loses. It is an April to October project, and as of … Continue reading

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