My current work in progress:

1. "T-Rex," designed by Rebecca Danger, knit from Blue moon Fiber Arts Socks That Rock in the "Lucky" colorway on U.S. size 3 needles.
2. Myriad stealth projects.



I am totally amazed at the response I’ve seen after posting my Leftovers Cowl pattern on Ravelry. You just never know what is going to strike a chord with a lot of people and it looks like this one has struck a chord with a number of people! A very big thank you to everyone […]

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Leftovers Cowl


It is done! I finished this baby Sunday night. The specs: It weighs 647 grams. Round that up to 650 grams and estimate 400 yards per 100 grams, that’s approximately 2600 yards of fingering weight yarn. The cowl is 13.5″ across and 83″ in circumference, but can easily be resized. It’s unisex: it can be […]

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The End is Near


Courtesy of a snow day when my office was closed, I’ve made more progress than I expected on my Leftovers Cowl. I have 30 rounds left to knit, then a marathon of Kitchener Stitch, wherein I shall graft the two ends together. I’m hoping to be able to do that tomorrow. Meanwhile, Loki is inspecting […]

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Off the Cuff


My commuter project does not get much attention as I find I have very little time for knitting during the day. But I have made it past the cuff: I have just a wee bit of the hand completed. You really can’t tell what it is going to be at this point so I’ll tell […]

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Two Thirds


I am almost at the two-thirds point in my Leftovers Cowl. It doesn’t look like much all smooshed up, but check this out: It is approximately 56″ long at this point. I am starting to re-use yarns now. I still have a few un-used ones, and I am mixing them in with colors already used. […]

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