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Knitting is kind of like going to the edge of a cliff, throwing your arms out wide, and jumping off.

The more skillful the knitter is, the more likely it is that the garment will fit the way it needs to.  469 more words

Stranded Colorwork

Aran Knitting by Alice Starmore

Here’s the checklist -
1) Finished the Princess Mitts – check!
2) Reading At Knit’s End by Stephanie Pearl-McPhee – check! (not finished)
3) Found a new book – check! 201 more words

Alice Starmore

The Tale of Mousie

Happy Friday, dear readers! We have successfully made it to the end of the week. I’ve made a serious dent in my handwashing, and fingers crossed I’ll be able to finish packing away winter things this weekend. 570 more words


Officially done with Book of Yarn

Well, I’m almost done!  It’s only been a couple of months with this one book. I do admit that I still have to finish my 2nd Princess Mitt so I’m still hanging on to a few pages for awhile. 182 more words

Overview Of Yarns

Follow Up

This is the follow up to two posts from this week. About Selkie and the Yarn Harlot

I had hoped that the Yarn Harlot would post a blog post about the event on Wednesday so I could link back to it, but alas, she hasn’t posted anything yet. 256 more words


I Was Going To Write About Other Things

I was going to write about my finished cowl, and I was going to write about my attempts to organize my stash. But then I went to Changing Hands to see Stephanie Pearl-McPhee. 976 more words


The amazing thing...

The amazing thing about the Yarn Harlot is that she is totally inside my brain. Well, not the part about hating teeth, I find teeth quite incredible and intriguing and I actually made a Tooth Fairy costume for my daughter when she was 4… 843 more words