Posts Tagged “repairs”

Why we save yarn from past projects

By | March 25, 2013

I’m still making progress on the Fountain Lace piece, but yesterday I took some time out to repair my tattered gloves: The process was the same for each of the damaged fingers. Begin with a small needle, catching each stitch of a round below the damaged area and below any thin spots: Rip back to […]

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Da Hubster did it again

By | January 13, 2013

Once again, DH has worn holes through his handknits – this time, through the soles of a pair of socks. Side note: He didn’t detect the holes; I did. I’m always amazed that he manages to create holes without ever noticing them. Fortunately, the holes and the neighboring thin spots were all in the same area, […]

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