Tangled up in blue-gray. And explanation of the green.

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An interesting sleeve technique.

There is still time to knit a pumpkin. Or a bat. Or a pumpkin set.

Probably not time to knit a sweater, though; you could buy one ready-made.

Don’t remember if I told y’all about* this.

Want some potato-chip/stashbuster knitting? For a good cause? Here ya go.

Confession. Redux.

WTF?

Have a great weekend!

Cautionary thinking about making & buying*.

Too true.

Disturbing.

More* truth.

Virtual Rhinebeck through the magic of Instagram.

Need a stashbuster for a good cause?

* When some of the text in a line is green, it means that there is hovertext associated with the link. Hover your cursor over the link — “this,” “thinking,” and “More,” above — to see more of my deathless prose. (All my attempts to make the linking word itself green have failed.)

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6 Responses to Tangled up in blue-gray. And explanation of the green.

  1. Kat with a K says:

    Those bats… oh.my! And, I am doing some stash diving this morning to find bits to knit premie caps. Thanks for the link!

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  3. Nicole says:

    I’d seen the Ravelry Road Trip feature before (maybe Ravelry itself highlighted it? I forget) but I’ve never used it before. I think I should take a road trip just for the purpose of using that feature.

  4. Helen says:

    As to the WTF sweater…what happens when you don’t weave the ends in.

  5. I had to click away from the bats FAST lest I abandon the sweater sleeve I’m plowing through to enhance our already overdecorated porch. Your links are too good! Thank you.

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