Monthly Archives: July 2013

Reflections at Lammas

August has come – the first step of Winter Lammastide is here.  Lammas marks the fall cross-quarter day, August 1, and falls at the midpoint between Midsummer and the Autumnal Equinox.  The word, “Lammas,” is an Anglo-Saxon contraction of “loaf-mass,” … Continue reading

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Set to Rights

I took time this week to get a grip on my knitting projects, and it was time well spent.  While the knitting needle drawer remains in frightful disarray, the stash still threatens to attack me from its perch in my … Continue reading

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A State of Disorder

The other night, I realized that my knitting has reached a level of disorder that’s above my tolerance threshold.  I came to that realization when I went to bed, my head trying to wrap itself around all of my various … Continue reading

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