Month: October 2009

Why Housework Should be Avoided at All Costs

This is the outcome when your beautiful cashmere and silk shawl meets the power nozzle of the vacuum cleaner. Luckily only a small part of the yarn was sucked into the vacuum and I was able to extract it, but the needle is a…

Loverlies

Foggy Fall morning in western Pennsylvania. And  cute little teddy bears in sweaters. And now I am off to do some knitting homework. Just got a call from Stacey at Knit One where I teach. Can I teach Melissa Morgan-Oakes 2-at-a-Time sock technique? Well,…

Just a Quicky

Before they head off to Stitches East 2009, I thought I would show you the little darlings. I am reveling in their cutness and color. But I feel it was a momentary fling. Look at the colors I pulled out of stash this afternoon….

Knitting My Way Out of A Black Hole

Perhaps you remember this, which I fondly refer to as the “Abysmal Black Hole of Despair”. It has been converted to this. Oh Happy Day!!! Which means that I have successfully made 5 of these. (Shhh, these will be worn in a new movie…

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