Category Archives: knitting


Ahoy! I keep thinking I’m going to start blogging more regularly, but then I don’t. So, I am not going to make any promises or threats here. Anyway, I finished something! I had been admiring the Little Scallops hat for … Continue reading

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Surprise! I finished a sweater! I know, it is practically unbelievable. I had this sweater in my stash for several years. It’s that Needful Yarns London Tweed. It is super soft! I started knitting something with it, but then I … Continue reading

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join the pack

It’s the return of the amineko! Actually, it’s a bit of a sad story. Thuy went on a bit of an amineko crocheting bender about, oh, 5 years ago, and she sent me a couple of unassembled amineko to animate. … Continue reading

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Summer cap

I don’t know about you, but some summer mornings I just need some sort of light cap to wear when I walk Deedle (okay, so it’s mostly to hide my unruly locks). I’d been thinking of knitting one for a … Continue reading

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didn’t this used to be a mostly knitting blog?

I don’t even want to say how long it took me to knit this dang sweater. I think I started it a year and a half ago or something ridiculous like that. I just lost my knitting mojo for a … Continue reading

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the puff daddy revolution has begun

Another Puff Daddy completed! This one is a non-wool version, just for kicks. I dug into my stash and combined ggh Sombrero (100% rayon) and ONline 15 Orlando (39% cotton, 39% acrylic, 22% nylon). Both are tape yarns, I guess. … Continue reading

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Let the revolution begin

Apologies for the Big Face Shot, but I’m betting your eyes are drawn to the delightful Puff Daddy rather than my mug. I have to tell you that I had nothing to do with this awesome scarflet that is going … Continue reading

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possible knitting content ahead

Good golly, but I am actually going to talk about YARN and such knitting terms as I-CORD. Can it be? I must say that seeing Kay and Ann proved to be inspirational, and I am back in sleeve hell and … Continue reading

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mason-dixon wind

Ann and Kay with Elizabeth, fastest purler in the West and owner of Knit Knot Studio Kay and Ann blew into town for a day, and I was able to monopolize their afternoon! I feel very fortunate, because you know … Continue reading

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vested interest

I was ready to give up on myself and knitting, but then I decided I just needed an attainable goal. So, in came the vest (woohoo! No sleeves! And I DO love vests) and chunky yarn (fat needles=quick knittin’). I … Continue reading

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