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Sock Thursday: Home Coming

In three days, it will be my 1 year anniversary of finishing my first ever pair of socks! I could not have done it without the support and encouragement of my awesome co-knitters… 659 more words


New Beginnings, why the past should be a point of reference not a place of residence

Alan White

With the new school year beginning, I felt that this week would be a good time to talk about new beginnings. As a teacher I see September not January as the beginning of a new year. 733 more words


Free at last! (at least for the moment)

Really worked hard on latest commission (bookmarks). So much so that I feel a twinge of nostalgia that I had to part with them. I most definitely undercharged but it’s another learning curve. 39 more words

Getting Costing Wrong

Look Like a Fool...Who Cares? (Well, I Do. But Just a Little.)

You know what it is about learning curves? They’re very long. And steep. And there’s a lot more to them than you might initially think. When you’re learning something new, you not only have to learn the new thing. 1,619 more words

Being A MAW

The Swatches: This time it's personal

Despite the many warnings about the fickle nature of swatches from my amazing fellow knitters, I went all out this time around. I have measurements from: fresh-off-the-needles swatches, wet swatches, and blocked swatches. 449 more words



Plans to bring volunteer-led adult learning to Askrigg and surrounding areas are underway following a survey showing a demand for classes in everything from drawing and painting, to beekeeping, map reading, languages and computer skills.  378 more words

Just for the Record

maybe don’t wean your lambs in August with a full campsite ….

Yesterday we decided to wean the lambs – they are more than 3 months old, it seemed like an OK idea. 148 more words