Or.... alternatively titled..... The day I dig WIPs out of hibernation. This year I am determined to clean out or use up a large majority of my yarn stash. This is inclusive to finishing all of my current knitting projects. This weekend I organized my craft desk and decided to pull out a few of … Continue reading Bags of Fun!
Yarn is a wonderful friend. Yarn is faithful to us, even when are not faithful to it. I have not been faithful to my knitting projects or my blog. I pursued my other interest of running, and trained for completing a few of my goal races. And I am not one who can easily balance … Continue reading UFO’s, FO’s, and Returning to my Knitting.
When I pick a knitting project, I usually have my attention grabbed by something that is stitched in light and airy lace. Like a shawl. Or something pretty straightforward and quick, like dishcloths. I love shawls. I have a plethora of shawl patterns in my Raverly favorites, and more than I should waiting in line … Continue reading Finished Project – Log Cabin Socks.
Dear Knitting friends. It has been a while since I have gotten to chat with you. I have taken this past year and a half off from blogging, because, well, it was just too much. I started my little blog with the intent of helping others learn to knit, and to share all … Continue reading A simple new beginning.
It has been a while since I have typed to you all. I think I have finally become comfortable with the fact that I have too much going on to try to update here regularly. But I do have a few exciting things happening that I wanted to share! This Saturday, September 14th, I will … Continue reading Beginning BasketWeave Dishcloth
My typing fingers have been silent a lot lately. But not because they want to be! July has been an extremely busy month for all of us. I ended a temporary job, started a new part time job, secured an arrangement to teach knitting classes (more of that soon), and the girls and I … Continue reading Workbasket Wednesday – Valois Shawl – And the end of July is here!
The weather here in Ok is sweltering (it is summer, I am sure it is sweltering everywhere). I just finished knitting two baby afghans for belated baby gifts, and the last thing I wanted to knit right now is another heavy project. But there are only so many dish cloths you can do for summer … Continue reading On my needles now – Valois Shawl by Alexandra Beck