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Recovering

The long process of recovering a life even remotely  similar to what was ‘before the fire’  could easily drive one to depression in a blink of an eye. 468 more words

yarnandpencil reblogged this on yarn and pencil and commented:

To my knitting followers... You may be interested in checking out Jen's patterns on Ravelry. I've been following Jen's blog for ages and have found her blog very inspiring as she is a spinner, fibre blender and knitter. Jen and her husband have recently lost their home, possessions and tools of her trade to the wild fires in the North California mountains. Many of Jen's followers have been asking how they can help and after much thought Jen suggests supporting her by buying her patterns. I've just come back from visiting Jen's Ravelry store. There is a lovely assortment on offer and you may like to go on over there to take a look. I've bought the ponchita and cowl pattern; I think it will be fab for my handspun yarn :)

The Pastel Socks - Halfway there

Ok these socks!

Like seriously I am in love.

It’s been ages since I’ve been crafting anything other than cross stitch, which I love and still do but I felt like for a long time I had lost my mojo. 225 more words

On Holiday

#FridayFavorites

Last weekend I made the coziest pair of sweater socks. I made both socks in like 36 hours which didn’t even seem real to me since I usually knit with needles no larger than US 2. 268 more words

Knitting

Autumn knitting & stuff

I have been silent here, I sometimes feel like it takes to much time to update all the internet – without much payback for the time used. 198 more words

Knitting

A poncho / Un poncho

It’s that time of the year: poncho time!

If you enjoy wearing ponchos, why not making a simple yet pretty one yourself? Arrows & Purls, my brand new pattern… 84 more words

Tunisian Crochet

Leaf Pattern Shrug - October 2017 Release

Patricia – leaf pattern cardigan

A versatile layering piece, Patricia is packed with beautiful details: eye-catching lace leaves gracing the three-quarter sleeves; delicate sprinkling of pretty eyelets; and a crochet lace border providing an extra touch of femininity. 112 more words

Vicky Chan Designs

Virus Meets Granny Shawl Tutorial

Originally posted on October 14, 2017

It’s here, the day is finally here… My first video tutorial ever. October 14, 2017. I’ll have to try to remember this day because if everything goes according to my grand plan in a year I’ll have a reason to pop open some bubbly! 474 more words

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