Archive For March, 2012

Which means

By | March 28, 2012

Friday is the first day of the DFW Fiber Fest (whee! can’t wait!), which means Thursday is a travel day, which means today is laundry and packing day, which means yesterday was start-some-travel-knitting day: I plan to produce socks that pretty much match the photo in the pattern that my mom sent: über-plain stockinette, with […]

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Proof that my mom does not understand me

By | March 22, 2012

Today’s trip to the mailbox revealed a surprise package from my mom: (What you need to know is that my mom is not a knitter. She’s an enthusiastic gardener – which takes some dedication, given that she lives outside Buffalo, NY – but she doesn’t knit, crochet, sew, weave, or spin. In contrast, I’m all […]

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By | March 16, 2012

Really? It’s Friday already? And the second half of March? How’d that happen?? Oh, yeah. It’s because I’ve been deeply submerged in a secret project. It’s big; I’ve been having fun; you’re gonna love it… but it ain’t ready yet. Coming up for air only occasionally means progress on my Swirl has been a little […]

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Surgery at 30,000 feet

By | March 7, 2012

It’s been a couple weeks, but I still have a story to share from my trip to Stitches West. Stitches was fabulous, as usual. A real highlight was getting to see the projects in Betsy Hershberg’s new book, Betsy Beads. Jeez, now I have a hankerin’ to knit some beaded I-cord… But the story in […]

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