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Category Archives: knitting
I’ve been working on this shawl, a color affection, since The middle of March. It’s garter stitch, so I’ve gone a long way with minimal time and effort. I think what really makes this pattern is the colors. I can’t … Continue reading
This ball of yarn (Blue Heron in blueberry) took forever to wind.
This is yarn hand spun from an art batt from Critter Ranch and some undyed Shetland wool from Whispering pines. Both farms are here to New York State. All home grown, this one!
This is some of that lovely yellow yarn that I used for the postcard contest winner.
I’m knitting my Mother a pair of leg warmers. For Christmas. Last Christmas. I picked a cabled pattern from knitpicks; I even used the recommended yarn. Clearly, I’ve not made much progress.
More yarn from England. This is 100% raised and milled in the UK.
Jane Austen inspired lace shawl and the 100% targhee (raised in Wyoming, spun in New England) from Brooklyn Tweed used in the shawl.
I have this idea that books about knitting (at least fiction) follow a formula: Woman experiences some kind of tragedy. Woman is told she needs a hobby. Woman takes up knitting and knitting and the people she meets heals her … Continue reading