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In which prayers are said...

Prayers that soaking/blocking really is magic for weaving, just like it is for knitting.

I started my first laceweight weaving project Friday night.  Shireen came over for a visit and offered to help me warp up my loom with some Malabrigo Silkpaca in “Archangel” she gave me.  456 more words

tour de fleece 2014. week 2.

At the last minute, without participating in any groups, I decided to join in with Tour de Fleece 2014 with the simple goal of spinning every day throughout the race. 899 more words

Yarn

Boticelli Tunic

There she goes!

 

I’m happy with the result, but please, no more fingering weight tunics for a long time.

I’ve documented our long journey together since January: … 215 more words

Knitting

UFO Rescue: Week 1

Monday I waded into the pile of UFOs that I had located in my big hunt last week, and pulled out two projects that I thought I could finish fairly quickly. 452 more words

Knitting

Knitcrate review - June

I am very late this month in posting this review. June has been very hectic and difficult, so I’m quite relieved that we’re now in July. 807 more words

Knitcrate

all about spinning.

Happy Canada Day! I hope you are all celebrating with your family & friends — and to everyone else, Happy Tuesday :)

Today I talk all about my spinning! 92 more words

Baby

Are You a Lover of Multi-Colored Yarns?

Today, self-patterning and hand dyed yarns are popular amongst artisans and knitters. I love the vivid colorways of Noro, and the subtle gradation of one color in kettle dyed Malabrigo. 476 more words