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It is finished! Finally!! The “Aya” Scarf, a design project of my own, has taken me far longer than I would have hoped. I thoroughly enjoyed working with this yarn, Noro’s “Aya”, although it does tend to break fairly easily so watch your strength when pulling out knots, etc. 224 more words

Knitting, Crafts, Food

Baby blanket

A couple of months ago I found out that two of my friends are pregnant.  Since it was the first time for both of them, I was super excited and I wanted to make a baby blanket for each of them.   65 more words


Mission Yarnpossible: Calgary

Since my European Yarnpossible missions, the wristwarmers,  and Argie I hadn’t made anything for months. From late March, I’d been working on a writing project and a photography project which took up all my time. 886 more words

WIP Wednesday

WIP for normal people, FO for me :)

First project finished in the new place. Not blocked, the knit stuff is status quo with me but I’m looking forward to getting it blocked. 50 more words


To Stripe or Not To Stripe

That is the question!

In my experience, Noro Yarns makes the answer easy.

Mr. Eisaku Noro is the artist and innovator behind the fabulous Noro Yarn line. 236 more words


Summer crafting, Pattern: Felted Noro Eyeglass Case

Lately I’ve made some felted eyeglass cases using Noro Kureyon yarn.

Felting is an adventure I enjoy. Since I never know exactly how a crocheted item will look after felting I have to take a deep breath before I sacrifice a crocheted item to the washing machine. 910 more words