Lacing our links to success*.




Sometimes it is hard to name a pattern. Then again, sometimes it is worth knitting something just for the name.

This one is for the quilters and the Star Trek fans.

A crocheted stashbuster afghan.

Younger Son sent me photos of this a couple months ago, but I haven’t seen it yet.

Non-knitted lace.

This guy’s October embroidery is so good.

Sassy 19th century schoolgirl esthetic.



* No, I have no idea what that means, either.

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8 Responses to Lacing our links to success*.

  1. Kym says:

    That . . . whatever it is . . . installation? maybe? . . . that your son sent is just AWESOME. It looks magical! (Whatever it is.) And that guy’s embroidery is amazing! Thanks for sharing.

  2. Kat with a K says:

    Now that is insane embroidery! Wow!

  3. Love adams embroidery. Not your grandmas’ stitchin!

  4. zeneedle says:

    Love the embroidery guy. Thank you! Also the MOA rainbow is stunning!

  5. highlyreasonable says:

    I would like to have a lacy wheelbarrow in my lace-fenced garden:

  6. Nicole says:

    I love the lace pic!

    Also, WOW. THAT QUILT.

  7. gayle says:

    That lacy wheelbarrow will haunt my dreams…

  8. KSD says:

    I often buy yarn based solely on the name of the colorway.

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