Monthly Archives: December 2013

Top Ten Things I Learned From My Knitting 2013

My knitting never fails to teach me things.  Here are the top ten things I’ve learned from my knitting this year: 10.       A Classic is a classic. I knitted up Jared Flood’s Shale Baby Blanket in an off-white mercerized cotton.  … Continue reading

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Recovery Knitting

I haven’t been blogging as much as I’d like to as of late.   Just before Thanksgiving, I found out I had gallstones, which were the source of the abdominal pain I’d been feeling for some time.  Because the pain was … Continue reading

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Knitting In Between Times

It’s between Thanksgiving and Christmas, so much of my knitting these days has to be accomplished in those in-between times between working on holiday preparations.  My more fussy projects have, by and large, remained parked in my knitting basket, while … Continue reading

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