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Moroccan Inspired Scarves

Our travels to Europe a couple of years ago took us to Marrakesh and the exotic flavours, colours and textures of the thousand year old medina. 316 more words

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MOTHBALLIN' MONDAY: Sartorial Cowl

What it is: The Sartorial Cowl by Star Athena

Why I made it: I found this handspun-looking yarn on the swap table at Common Cod a few years ago.   167 more words

Mothballin' Monday

Toque 003 - Chop Suey, Blue Flavour

Chop suey is widely believed to have been invented in America by Chinese Americans, but the anthropologist E.N. Anderson concludes that the dish is based on tsap seui (“miscellaneous leftovers”)… 121 more words

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Toque 002 - Chop Suey, Green Flavour

Chop suey is widely believed to have been invented in America by Chinese Americans, but the anthropologist E.N. Anderson concludes that the dish is based on tsap seui (“miscellaneous leftovers”)… 133 more words

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Toque 001 - Chop Suey, Red Flavour

Chop suey is widely believed to have been invented in America by Chinese Americans, but the anthropologist E.N. Anderson concludes that the dish is based on tsap seui (“miscellaneous leftovers”)… 121 more words

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My Funny Valentine - Seed Stitch Cowl

This cowl was my first attempt at using circular needles and I like them SO MUCH. They are all I want to use now!

Seed stitch is so much easier in the round. 74 more words

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Designer Spotlight: Evening Whispers by Kam Baker

By day, Kam Baker is the artistan behind Everyday Peacocks, a brand of fancy stitch markers and shawls pins that she refers to as “yarn jewelry.” By night, Kam is a multitasking mom of three, often cooking, cleaning and wrangling kids while knitting. 442 more words

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