So, lately I have been knitting stuffed toys from Knit Animals Friends by Annie’s, and I’m doing finishing work on a bunny and am working on a dog as a follow up. The photo at the top is where I left off with the bunny. He’s taking shape! I decided to knit toys because I […]Read More WIP Wednesday: Knit Bunny
Has it really been over a month since I last posted? That’s bad, and I’m guilty of being a bad blogger. To be honest, I needed a break. I was burned out on writing and even a little bit with knitting. I’m a little more re-energized now. I concentrated on a different things, like crocheting […]Read More Guilty
I have been having fun designing fabric around some of my original colored pencil drawings over on Spoonflower. Have an account over there? Let’s connect!My designs aren’t for sale right now, but as soon as the samples I am getting are proofed, they should be. Still, I’d love to see what you are doing on […]Read More Let’s Connect on Spoonflower!
It finally happened. Sputnik, my almost nine month old puppy, got into my one knitting storage chest and got at a skein of Lopi Einband yarn that I needed to use on my Faroese shawl that I work from time to time. Bad dog. I can understand why Sputnik went after it: it’s wool! It […]Read More Bad Dog
The government entity I work for is having a “Knitting Over Lunch” group once a week. A lady from another department runs and teaches it. I’ve gone twice now. It’s awesome to see different people from different departments and how diverse our knitting group is, and not just in skill level. Beginners are certainly welcome […]Read More Knitting Over Lunch at Work
Stitch Mountain: 30 Warm Knits for Conquering the Cold by by Laura Zander is a cool book. I got it in one of the fun bookstores in the Outer Banks, NC, USA a few years ago. I saw the Snowflake Turtleneck pattern in there and knit it, and TOTALLY messed it up. I think I […]Read More Snowflake Turtleneck: Take 2
My friend Mary is an art teacher, and is currently working with students at the Quarryville Public Library in Quarryville, PA, USA by having them create ATC’s, which is sort for artist trading cards. Artists and members of community are being encouraged to create ATC’s themselves, and to send the cards to the library, and, […]Read More Art and Interacting with Kids