July 29, 2008

So I went on a little trip to Maryland and while I was there I picked up some fiber from a little farm in NC. Cloverleaf Farms is not too far from here, but I went to MDS&W to get some of their roving. And I didn’t realize it until I was home Colorway: Sandstone [...]

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It’s been quiet…

July 28, 2008

And I am sorry about that, but I have been a little crazy with the new job kicking into high gear, my MBA program, and I went to CA for the wedding of a good friend. Really more family than friends. So, I have a lot of knitting FOs to show you – 6 or [...]

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July 10, 2008

I participated in a Birthday Swap with some of the other Ravelry Helpers and I got somebunnyslove! She happens to be my birthday twin, so I was thrilled. So, I made her several items, here is one: Pattern: Amigurami Bunny (Ravelry Link) Hook: G Yarn: Galway Highland Heather in Gray and Cascade 220 leftovers in [...]

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Not so sekrit!

July 9, 2008

I actually have some WIPs that aren’t sekrit! Eiffel – body up to the sleeves and the sleeves up to there … And I started Babette on Saturday night. And tomorrow I will have a FO for you.

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Hush-Hush Handspun Hootenanny

July 3, 2008

I am participating in a little Handspun swap – and I am really excited about it. So, here is my questionnaire – if you aren’t participating or aren’t interested … skip ahead 1. How long have you been spinning? What skill level do you consider yourself? Since May of 2007 – so just over a [...]

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Fun in the Sun

July 2, 2008

I bet you thought I forget my promise of a FO today. I am going to a wedding later this month and while the wedding is inside, the reception is outside (and is being catered by an AMAZING Mexican place!) So I needed a little head covering since I don’t do the sun that well. [...]

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My inner-farmgirl

July 1, 2008

OK – I admit it – I would be quite happy living in the middle of nowhere baking pies and stuff – well as long as I had internet and plumbing – the idea of stoking the fire every day for heat, not so much. . The whole working the land, maybe not, but having [...]

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Solar Power

June 30, 2008

This coming weekend is the Charlotte Yarn customer appreciation event and on Saturday SUNDAY I will be teaching solar dyeing with kool-aid. Why solar dye and why kool-aid? because they are fast, fun and easy! Plus, you can do it with things you really have in your house already. Stop by the shop to see [...]

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June 25, 2008

I am sitting in a hotel in VA waiting for, I don’t know what. I can’t sleep. I originally logged out hours ago. I am going to try again in a few minutes, but since I was sitting here I figured I would give a non-update on the knitting – I finished a bunch of [...]

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June 24, 2008

One of the women I work with sent me an email and asked if I would be willing to knit a hat for her SIL who is going through Chemo. I said yes. Pattern: Shedir from Knitty Yarn: Rowan Calmer Needles: Addi size 3 Mods: None Notes: I cabled without a cable needle. I have [...]

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