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Category Archives: Crochet
Potholders, two. Fingerless mitts, four pairs. Mittens, one pair. Socks, one pair. Dead baby buntings, several. Stump covers, two. Hats, lots. Cowls, one. Scarves, one. Sweaters, zero. Afghans, one. … Continue reading
Let’s do some bullets, ‘kay? I cooked my right hand in a heating pad on Wednesday night. Thursday morning, as I write this, that hand definitely feels better than the left. Heat FTW! Thank you all for your many suggestions … Continue reading
One of the blogs I follow is NotoriousRBG. The writers do not post daily, but often enough to keep my interest. A few weeks ago I read the book. I was so enthralled I sought out this. i would … Continue reading
We all use the tools we are familiar with. Smokey uses a screwdriver to tighten a screw, I will sometimes use a knife. Real gardeners use a wooden or bamboo stake to keep a houseplant upright, I use a knitting … Continue reading
* where “reading” is used in the sense of “absorbing the contents of a book by whatever means available”. As I mentioned a few weeks ago I got myself a Nook before we went to the North Shore for ten … Continue reading