Category Archives: LInks knitting

Fiber fantasies.

Knitting as rehab. Okay, here is the correct link for that worm tutorial I mis-linked last week. Stephen West. Plied by Neanderthals. “…it’s always either icy cold or unpleasantly warm and your yarn smells like sulfur…” Word.

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Fiber Monday.

How to make a worm: a tutorial.

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Hanging links.

Good advice courtesy of my SIL: “But in order to make sure that flu shot is effective, sleep specialist Matthew Walker, the bestselling author of “Why We Sleep,” told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour practicing “good sleep hygiene” is key. Insufficient sleep in … Continue reading

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Fiber Monday!

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It’s Monday. Time to talk fibery stuff.

I keep mine in a three-ring binder, but this is another way. Blacknose sheep. More.

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Fibery photos.

More than you ever thought about medieval fiber and dyes.

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Fiber monday.

Llama, llama, whose got the llama! First class cherry blossom yarn bomb. Knitting noodles. And snow.

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Sock it to us links.

Princess Bride cross-stitch. I am a charter member of the apostrophe police. Knitting in the Sims.

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Bright yarns FTW.

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Crochet, one of the Dark Arts.

First photo: “Paint me like one of your French girls.”  Second photo: “Yeah, it’s MY couch. What’s your point?” Third photo: The cushions! the teeny afghan!

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