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Simple things

Sometimes the simplest knits are the most satisfying ones.

Even if they take longer than planned. The brier toque is finally done. Just in time for Thanksgiving at V’s family’s farm.


Kinetic Cycling in Brentwood

So first, I’d like to apologizing for being a bit MIA as I’ve been home recovering from surgery the last week and can’t work out – nor can I work out for the upcoming week, so I’ll do my best to continue to post reviews of places I’ve been recently. 232 more words

Working Out

Up on my High Horse

A true story. I went to JoAnns Fabric on Friday to pick up a few little thingsĀ and at the checkout the cashier asked me if I made my scarf. 74 more words


I could totally knit that...

Ever since I started knitting more regularly, my relationship with store-bought knits has taken a nosedive. We were already having some communication issues, namely their refusal to be loose in areas I need them to be loose and tight in areas I need them to be tight. 339 more words


The Falkland's Will

I asked the wool what it wanted to be.

It answered back, “Beautiful”

I was happy to oblige.

So often I take a braid of fiber and I form it into what I want it to be. 101 more words

Top down handspun

I’ve been trying to figure out how to knit a V-neck cardigan from the top down by reading Barbara Walker’sĀ Knitting From the Top. 524 more words