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Knitting and felting (it) - part 2

Aaaahhh,  dear Readers,

This post is about the results of my largish orangey experiment I mentioned previously. After getting reacquainted with the fabulousness of knitting then felting, I wondered if I could make a really solid (ie. 238 more words


Part Two: Re-Reading Mockingbird

With my middle-school experiences in mind (see Part One), I got ready to re-read To Kill a Mockingbird and, while I was visiting my parents this summer, started looking around for a copy. 931 more words


The Corner of Knit & Tea: Episode 52, Variations

Welcome to episode 52!  Today I have a finished sweater to show you, as well as some fun socks and a spin. I also talk about differences in dye lots. 86 more words


Finished Object : Campside Shawl

My Campside Shawl is finally off the needles, ends woven in and blocked! Even though I got discouraged in the middle of the project, maybe because of the repetitions of increases and decreases making it not the most exciting knitting experience,  the result is STUNNING!!! 211 more words


Craft Camp!

Where did the month of August go?! Time is seriously flying by. Before we get to September, I want to share something fun my mom and I did in July- craft camp! 229 more words


Day 22, Chicken Knitting

I seem to have skipped a normal beginner stage of knitting – the one with enormous needles and Super Chunky yarns…

When I was a small child, I was taught to knit by my grandmothers; two women whose hands were never still and who filled my wardrobe with endless jumpers and scarves and blankets. 387 more words