Category Archives: Ankle broken

Many things on Thursday.

I have realized that updating my coronavirus spreadsheet every day is an unconscious effort to maintain control over the situation in some small way. I continue to have the same low-level depression that pretty much everyone has this year; in … Continue reading

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Knitting from the machine.

"There are no egos in our knitting group." Striped heels and toes, oh my. Knitting by the numbers. This is a beautiful scarf/wrap. Thinking I might like to make this sheepy hat. Dual-purpose pincushion. Tetris blanket. When rock stars get … Continue reading

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Links d’jour.

photo credit: n.stauffer via photopin cc Mr. Bean and House. Visual pun. Cabbage geometry (via The Bloggess). Thirty-one things you can freeze. So polite and refined. If you are in China, don't eat at KFC, McDonalds, or Pizza Hut. (And … Continue reading

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New socks!

These have been my carry-along knitting for a couple weeks. They went fast. Yarn: Schachenmayr Regia SportPattern: Wendy's Toe-Up Sock and Jeny's surprisingly stretchy bind-offNeedles: US#1.5 (2.5mm) for the foot and first ~2" of the leg; US#2 (2.75mm) for the … Continue reading

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2009: That was the year that was.

January. Well, there was this (bad). And there was this (good) (from left, Wendy, me, Chris, and Susan). On the knitting front:   February. Good intentions.   Snow and cold. Knitting: March. Winter melted away. Knitting. April. Spring arrived in … Continue reading

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