My current work in progress:

1. Hats!
2. Myriad stealth projects.

Halfway There


This weekend I hit the halfway point on my Crazed Scandinavian Cowl. Here is a photo of it when it was a bit past halfway. It is getting to be a bit large to carry around, so it is now delegated to at-home knitting only. I need to find something else for commuter knitting. Meanwhile, […]

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Crazed Scandinavian Cowl


My Crazed Scandinavian Cowl is coming along nicely: At this point I have over one-third of it knit. It’s so much fun to knit because, as I mentioned in my last blog post, no two panels of motifs are the same. Having something new to knit for each panel doubles the fun! Want to know […]

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Welcome to October! One of my favorite months . . , it means that we are looking at the end of hot weather soon here in the DC area. Bunny Girls! Dottie and Inga welcomed October by trying on their Halloween costumes. Inga is dressed as a Dalek, while Dottie is the TARDIS. If you […]

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New Lace Knitting


I’ve got another great book to review: This is  New Lace Knitting: Designs for Wide Open Spaces by Romi Hill, (Interweave/F+W; $24.99; September 2015), a collection of 19 garments and accessories that incorporate traditional lace patterns in modern pieces. Romi starts the book with a listing of her 10 Golden Rules for lace knitting, commonsense advice that […]

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Put Some Zip In It


The winner of a copy of KNITLESS: 50 No-Knit, Stash-Busting Yarn Projects, by Laura McFadden, generously provided by the publisher, is Maggie B., who has been emailed. Thank you to everyone who left a comment to be entered in the giveaway. Yesterday I finished the cardigan/jacket that I have been working on. As I had mentioned, I […]

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