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SABLE

I’ve been introduced to a new technical term:  SABLE, which means “Stash Accumulation Beyond Life Expectancy.”  While that’s tongue-in-cheek for most quilters (and also probably true for most quilters) it hits home a little harder when you’ve got a chronic illness.   132 more words

Herculean Undertaking

Did you ever get one of the bees in your bonnet that just won’t go away?  They keep buzzing and buzzing about, hovering in the background, being a pest.  175 more words

Sewing

Let's drum card!

The day was fine, the evening was frustrating (the Wee Boy knocked the Christmas tree over– twice!), and I wasn’t in the mood for detailed knitting. 21 more words

Knitting

Sew Outrageous

I think I’ve mentioned before my propensity to hoard fabric and yarn? Well I can honestly say I have in no way managed to improve this behaviour. 178 more words

Projects

A dishcloth to remember

I know that dishcloths aren’t the most memorable of objects, but this one is also a pattern swatch.

The stitch is called ‘Fan and V’ and it is from Sarah Hazell’s lovely book ‘200 crochet stitches’ which has photo’s, written instructions and charts to guide you through each stitch. 67 more words

Crochet

Useful things to know about git stash

One of the very undermined feature of git by many people is git stash. Stashes can be a good way to undo the changes or shelve the changes for a while and bring up those changes on top of merged code. 166 more words

Git