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A head start*

In my last post I lamented that it was almost too hot to knit; well, there’s certainly no danger of that now, as temperatures seem to have plunged. 317 more words


Extreme Pattern Hacking: Kirsten tee to cowl dress

In the recent spirit of my “Plan Less Sew More” pledge, I basically on a whim decided to make a dress that’s been floating around in my head for a year or more. 1,179 more words


Seas: In Which I Convert to Handmade Washcloths and Finish a Lot of Things

In every aspect of my life, the past week has been very busy. Lots of client work, lots of family-and-friend responsibilities, and an ever-present desire to carve out a bit of private time. 694 more words


Glitz at the Ritz Shawl

Now that the fair contest is over and I’ve picked up my projects, it’s time for a good old-fashioned online show and tell. :) So without further fanfare, here’s part 1 of my 16-part (!) series of posts on this year’s contest entries. 314 more words


Little finish

Life’s been busy here for the past week. So I only have a little finish to share. Most of this was done in the car (as a passenger), a small hat for charity. 80 more words

Finished Objects


Beware the fearsome Seadragonus Giganticus Maximus!  One of the most fearsome of all the dragons in the book series “How to Train Your Dragon… 668 more words


Dear Green

I’m not a huge fan of classic triangular shawls – I’ve found that crescents or semi-circles or long shallow triangles are easier to wear – but as I am a huge fan of knitalongs I couldn’t resist when it was announced that there would be a knitalong of the… 467 more words