My current work in progress:

1. Hats!
2. Myriad stealth projects.

Have a Heart

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A knitted heart, that is: This is an afghan square (and an unblocked one), the very start of the Martin Storey Knit Along 2. I read the announcement of the KAL in December and decided it would be a fun project to use as fill-in and commuter knitting. The project is an afghan that consists of […]

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Rainbow

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During the blizzard last weekend I cast on something to brighten things up: The pattern is Auburn Wave and the yarn is Silky 350 by Violet Lynx Dyeworks. I have three skeins of the lovely rainbow gradient, so I started the first skein at red and knit through violet, the other end of the skein. […]

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Snowzilla 2016

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We survived the first snow of the year, and it was quite a storm. I believe in my area we got about two feet of snow. The city has doen a great job of snow clearance, though. Here is what my street looks like, late Sunday afternoon. I don’t think I can go to work […]

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Do You Love Sanquhar Patterns?

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If so, check this out: Sanquhar Gloves: A Living Scottish Tradition This is an online exhibition, presented by the Center for Knit and Crochet. (I just became a member of the Center for Knit and Crochet, by the way. Check out their vision statement!) The online Sanquhar Glove Exhibition is fantastic — pretty much everything there […]

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Kids’ Knitting

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Check this out: This is Susan B. Anderson’s Kids’ Knitting Workshop: The Easiest and Most Effective Way to Learn to Knit! by Susan B. Anderson. As I’m sure you can guess from the title, this is a book for teaching kids how to knit. If you’ve been knitting for any time at all, you likely recognize […]

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