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A Beautiful Day in the Knit-Neighborhood

We love the recent weather reports here at Wednesday Night Knitting! Cool nights in the 30’s and 40’s, afternoons in the mid-seventies! Perfect…

Ethel modeled a hat she made, similar to another one she made for a grand’. 150 more words


As It Is In Yarn, So It Is In Life

And unexpectedly, there are knots.

Knots in my cheapo practise yarn. Pah! I just shrug and hack those out. Knots in my beautiful green Fyberspates wool: I’m postponing tackling those, and have left the messy bundle on the kitchen table hoping that it’ll feel guilty enough to untangle itself. 571 more words


Knitting Project Confidential: The Reveal!

As I mentioned back in this post, my lovely sister was due a lovely cowl or infinity scarf for Christmas from me, made with this amazingly weird, super-slubby yarn (her choice): 268 more words


A New Year Knitted Cowl.

Happy New Year to my lovely followers and welcome to anyone who is visiting for the 1st time.
I’m calling by to say that I’m still thinking of you all even though I’ve had a couple of months away. 181 more words


New Pattern: Juliet Poe Cowl

Happy New Year everyone! I hope that you have had a satisfactory first few days of 2015.

Last post, I said that I had a new pattern ready to be published, and I am ahead of schedule, so I’m now introducing the Juliet Poe Cowl, named after my sister, of… 258 more words


New knitting project

My Honeybee Cardigan is dry and fits perfectly, but no pics yet, as I haven’t shopped for buttons yet.

With the sweater done, Instead of finishing another WIP, I’ve decided to whip up a last-minute Christmas gift. 80 more words

Weaver's Cowl Pattern

A new design in the “Victorian Women Today” series is available, named to honour a magazine editor,  Jane Weaver

This cowl is based on a stitch found in an 1862 women’s magazine, the well-known “Peterson’s Magazine;” the needlework editor at this period was Mrs. 183 more words

Antique Pattern