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Recently I find myself teaching people to knit left and right. I love it. I love watching how people approach a ball of yarn for the first time, with the hopeful intent to turn it into something purposeful. Some are … Continue reading
I hope everyone had a fun and safe Halloween – with at least a little knitting!
Pattern: Honey Cowl Yarn: Madelinetosh Sport in Dried Rose This pattern was the perfect social knitting project. As I am currently helping a few people learn or relearn to knit, I needed a good mindless, yet not boring, project to … Continue reading
I have been wanting to knit an Autumn in Garrison for myself ever since I saw Jessa’s hat at Squam. Yesterday morning I found myself with nothing currently on the needles (I am going through a bout of massive finishing of … Continue reading
Last thursday the archaeology crew had a bonfire in our backyard, complete with s’mores. Marshmallows lit on fire turned into an oppurtuity for a silly creative moment. This is why I love archaeologists: “The First Attempt” by Craig “Marshmallow Movement” … Continue reading
Knitting at a party and need a stitch marker? No problem. I call it upcycling.
Today was a day of good company and hands knitting Hands knitting their first sweater. Hands learning to stripe. Hands crocheting. My hands. Hands with other hands. Finished hands.
I went for a super quick visit to Catalina. It was Charlie’s 30th birthday and we had an epic music session in Middle Ranch. Then I spent a few hours in town to see Mary’s band play. Then back to … Continue reading
Kathryn’s Surf Adventures, Co-starring Danny