Monthly Archives: June 2012

The Interstitial Knitter

OK, so I realize that using a word like “interstitial” in a blog title drastically reduces the likelihood that people will actually read this, but it’s really the best word for the topic, so I’m going for it.  For those … Continue reading

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The Undecided Yarn

With Swatchfest over, I laid out all the swatches so that Eric could choose a yarn for his sweater.  The winner?  Black Water Abbey’s Forest, which is going to make a wonderful deep emerald sweater, when it finally gets designed … Continue reading

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How to Choose an Emergency Room Knitting Project

Today’s post is about selecting a good project to take along with you to the ER.  If your family is like mine, with the thrills and spills of everyday active life, you wind up there more often than you’d like.  … Continue reading

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