Illicium is up today in the Twist Collecive! It has complete written instructions as well as complete stitch charts for all three medallion motifs, and a construction schematic with color suggestions and seaming strategy for 6 sizes: Cradle 542yds, 495m Infant Continue reading Illicium – a reversible afghan
Last summer Dan announced that he wanted to take me to the New York Sheep and Wool Festival for our anniversary, and reserved us a room before I could object on practical or budget reasons. Dan took off both Friday Continue reading I got to go to Rhinebeck
The homeschool co-op crochet class ended yesterday. My daughter K wound up joining it in the middle, and has learned to chain, slip and single crochet. She has no interest in following patterns at the moment (well, reading hasn’t kicked Continue reading K is Crocheting!
Knit Edge Magazine 3 is up – and I’m in the Finishing School Section I’ve re-written this web site with php so it’s a whole lot easier to add new patterns, I’ve added the two hat patterns, and changed the Continue reading Three Happy Things
Either all that practice at writing patterns is paying off, or my mind has been in a pattern writing mode this month; two new patterns are at two different tech editors until early March! Perhaps by the end of March Continue reading In Between
Canary Knits featured me on her Indie Designer Day! I’m just tickled pink.
I sent a pdf to the tech editor yesterday with its new photos and altered text and charts. She’ll probably find lots of things to fix even so, I’m guessing there is some clever trick with the charts I’m missing. Continue reading At Loose Ends
Do I know hand painted yarn? Not remotely. But I downloaded the SpaceCadet’s Launching into Hand dyed pdf, and more hands on, I won a give away! Amy of Getoffmylawndesigns.com gave me a copy of her Tangerine Triffle, and a Continue reading A Skein in my Purse
Jury duty was not at all onerous. The officer in charge of the jury pool room was informative, and careful of our comfort. But security would not let me bring my needles into the building. I actually had to read Continue reading Jury Duty