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Two Steps Forward, One Step Back

Like many knitters, I have quite a stockpile of yarn.  Some yarn I have purchased in quantities sufficient for a sweater.  Other skeins I have purchased one of, just to see how I like working with the yarn and because the color compels me.   519 more words

Finished Objects

Dream a little dream

You may remember that I had two projects using 100% wool lined up for Wovember – some fingerless mitts and a hat and neck-warmer set. Well, it turns out that I really should plan ahead and make sure that I have everything necessary for projects at the outset. 593 more words


Challenges of Stashbusting

I haven’t bought yarn in a while. It’s been tough. I’ve come “this close”, which is VERY close. I spent about half an hour in Joann last week brainstorming over colors. 409 more words


I am STASH BUSTING!...making room for more ;)

After posting about my sewing stash, I realized it’s time me to go shopping and stash-bust.  There are some fabrics I’ve had for a while and a couple that are more recent. 475 more words

Fabric Stashing

And... Another charity hat!

These things are easy and quick to crank out, especially in heavy worsted/bulky yarn! Along with the heavy gray, I added a crazy ball comprised of my bits of leftover lace weight handspun that I couldn’t part with. 26 more words


Happy Halloween!

I hope you all have a safe, fun, Halloween. I personally will be settling in with my knitting and “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown”. Enjoy.

~Stay Inspired

Wooly Mastadon

Another Cast-On: Mara

So, to top off the week, I thought I’d share one more project that I was itching to cast on. If you remember, I shared in a post earlier this fall… 209 more words

Wooly Mastadon