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Kudos to all you lefties out there. My mom salutes you, and if you started crocheting before Youtube existed and before crochet books illustrated how to crochet as a leftie, then my mom can relate. 142 more words

Family Stories

Put needles and step away from the socks

Those of you who read my blog posts regularly may have noticed a trend lately, the vanilla sock has made more than one appearance in the last few months and I have to confess it is going to make a couple more appearances in this post too. 1,247 more words


Wendy Knits MA 2014

It’s late, so just a quick knitting update.  I’m out of my funk to some degree.  I’m trying to stay that way by immersing myself in the squishyness of some gorgeous blues/purples Melody yarn. 88 more words


Wonderful Weds: Blocking the life out of it?

Hello, well I am hosting the summer edition of Knit Night for our local knitting group. So needless to say I am looking at my house in despair. 284 more words

Wip Weds

I'm a Knitter Who Spins

Tour de Fleece is currently ongoing.

What’s Tour de Fleece (TdF)? It’s the fiber world’s answer to Tour de France. Spinners all over are pedaling on their spinning wheels as world class cyclists as they tackle Tour de France. 614 more words


Free Pattern: Totally Triangular Scarf

If you enjoyed the Truly Triangular Scarf, then try your hand at this one. With one small change to the pattern, you get a longer, narrower scarf. 590 more words

Original Patterns

Free Pattern: Truly Triangular Scarf

The sideways shawl, or scarf is a popular knitting pattern. It starts with only a handful of cast-on stitches, increases to the middle, and decreases back down to the same number of stitches that were cast on. 612 more words

Original Patterns