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Inspiration: Thanksgiving Dinner

Happy early Thanksgiving, everyone!  If you’re in the US, you’re probably already prepping for the big meal tomorrow.  (I know I am!) My whole family is coming into town first thing tomorrow, and my husband and I are doing the whole spread- turkey, cranberry sauce, stuffing, pie, the works.  412 more words


Socks and mittens and hats, oh my

(Lovely photo by Jill111 on Pixabay)

It’s not quite a winter wonderland of snow and ice just yet here in the UK, but cold weather is something that happens frequently, and tis the season to start wrapping up warm, especially if you’re an early bird who has to commute anywhere by public transport (or stand on a cold driveway and defrost a car). 690 more words


What this place needs is a bunch of tiny mittens

A week and a half ago, once November had spent a few days settling in, it dawned on me that this is the perfect time to sneak in something I have always wanted to knit but have never managed in past years – the knitted advent calendar. 326 more words

Waves Mittens

I was born on Vancouver Island, where I grew up across the road from the ocean. My family spent summers and holidays on our sail boat, exploring the islands and bays of Desolation Sound. 561 more words


Manchester Musings

So, you see, everybody in Berlin has a perfectly marvelous roommate.  Some people have two people. 1,090 more words


Icelandic Mittens Part 1: Must Try Harder

Awhile ago I started knitting the lovely Fair Isle pattern Icelandic Mitts from Hilary Grant’s book, Knitting From The North. 464 more words


Mercury Mebonden Mittens

PATTERN: Mebonden Mittens (from the Skeindeer Mitten Club in late 2017)
YARN: Patons North America Classic Worsted Wool (in Mercury and Aran)
NEEDLE(S): US 6 and 7 (4mm and 4.5mm) 116 more words