It’s week 3 of the Washcloth KAL/CAL! How are yours coming along? I finished the washcloth above at the end of last week, and am weaving in the ends on another. The washcloth featured here is actually being put to good use today. I’m using it as a warm compress on my left eye. I […]Read More Washcloth KAL/CAL: Week 3
Tomorrow, June 18, is World Wide Knit in Public Day (WWKIP Day)! Check your local yarn stores, or this website to see if there are WWKIP Day events near you. I will be knitting in public tomorrow, but I’m not going to tell you where just yet. It’s cool place, I will tell you that […]Read More World Wide Knit In Public Day 2016
I got one washcloth done for week two of the Washcloth KAL/CAL. I am working on another one during my work breaks. Washcloths are turning out to be a nice, steady project that I can get a lot done in a few minutes, and therefore are perfect for quick knitting! I donated this particular cloth, […]Read More Washcloth KAL/CAL: Week 2
The Wrap Up, Lancaster Project (WUL) needs some help. We need handmade scarves, extra hands at the scarf-bombing themselves, and funds to bring it all together. That’s why I need to bring your attention to WUL’s GoFundMe page. What can I do to help? Right now, money would be a boon. You know all those […]Read More WUL Needs Your Help!
The Wrap Up, Lancaster Project finished Season 2 on April 8, 2016 with scarf bombings in both Reservoir Park in Lancaster, PA and at the Columbia Presbyterian Church in Columbia, PA. We had a great year!!! Angelia Reed, our fearless and enterprising leader, and I, along her mother and daughter, scarf bombed those places. Angelia […]Read More “Wrap Up” of Season 2
The Wrap Up, Lancaster Project has its kickoff party on Sunday, September 7, 2015 at The Arch in Lancaster, PA. We had a nice time! It turned in a good time of conversation, knitting and crocheting, and noshing. I took two paper ream boxes full of scarves and and a few hats along to drop […]Read More Kickoff Party
I know I would write about the The Wrap Up, Lancaster Project on the previous version of this blog, but it’s important. The Wrap Up, Lancaster Project is a volunteer group that knits and scarf-bombs parks in Lancaster, PA. We knit, crochet, and weave handmade scarves, and then tie or hang them in neighborhood parks […]Read More The Wrap Up, Lancaster Project