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The Corner of Knit & Tea: Episode 121, Let's have a chat.

Welcome to episode 121! It’s been a busy week so I’ve got a few FO’s and lots of works in progress to show you, plus my current and future spin.  201 more words


Knit and Commit

Yesterday knitting came out of the closet. It came out from the house and walked the streets, powerful and political and pink. Thousands, if not millions, of pink #pussyhats were knitted and worn by people across the world in protest against the loathsome politics of Donald Trump. 444 more words


The Pussyhat Project

I’m not usually one to share my political opinions on the interwebs, and well, I’m not going to do it now. Not really. But, I am in support of the Women’s March on Washington, as well as the sister marches, including the one here today in Wellington, New Zealand. 271 more words



I generally try and keep this blog reserved for all things knitting and tea related, and steer clear of political discussion. I find it works best that way, and often I don’t see politics and knitting and tea together.   297 more words


Disseration Reflection

The secret to a good dissertation is to write about something that you’re interested in. That’s not to say there won’t be moments of writer’s block and the occasional ‘I want to give up’ day, but when writing about something that is truly interesting, I found that I got drawn in. 1,051 more words


Discover Kimsooja

“A one word name refuses gender identity, marital status, socio-political or cultural and geographical identity by not separating the family name and the first name.” 230 more words

Happy New Year!

Hello and Happy New Year to you!!

A lot has happened since last I posted.  Fall of 2016 was busy.  My family and I all submitted items to our local fair,  my husband in the baking category, my 3 year old did some general crafts,  and I entered my knitting.   416 more words

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