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Woven through History

I did some woolly wandering last week and took a trip to Knockando Woollen Mill, a refurbished and fully working woollen mill from the 1700s. 249 more words


Allow the unexpected...

You may have noticed that I am a big proponent of the unexpected; like the centaur who shoots an arrow afar just to follow it into the unknown. 140 more words

Fiber Arts

Week 3: Agriculture and Metal

Get it? Metal, goat, agriculture? I’m a slayer. Badum chi.

This week was not my A game. I’m fighting a cold, so I haven’t had a lot of energy. 492 more words


Stick loom weaving on a grey morning

This is a project I’ve wanted to do with the kids for the past few years, so when I found a collection of my old yarn in my childhood closet a few weeks ago, I decided to bring it down to Bainbridge with this craft project in mind. 129 more words


The Wrap Up, Lancaster Project

I know I would write about the The Wrap Up, Lancaster Project on the previous version of this blog, but it’s important.

The Wrap Up, Lancaster Project is a volunteer group that knits and scarf-bombs parks in Lancaster, PA.  207 more words

Rock Star Knitting

DIY Jewelry: It's a "Game of Weave"

Yesterday, I had the most horrific 2-hour commute on LA’s concrete roadways, in a hot and sweltering car whose air-condition decided to go kaput, right in the middle of this sticky mess of a heatwave. 442 more words

Make It!

Two weeks of Sallyvan travels, a basket and some bunting. 

We are not long a home from two weeks away in Sallyvan and I am frantically trying to catch up on the washing backlog. The sun has kindly come out of hiding today so I’ve quickly washed and hung out Sallyvans rugs. 1,949 more words