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Category Archives: Scarves
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
Joining Kat and friends. I had a couple handknits that I had made but which I never, or almost never, wore. Awhile back it occurred to me that I could frog them and reclaim the yarn. Here is their story. … Continue reading
Elder Son graduates from his residency program this weekend, so we are off to Sioux Falls. It’s a six-hour trip one way, more or less, so that means… NEW PROJECT! Ahem. Yeah, I already have a portable project OTN, but … Continue reading
I am leaving tomorrow for a two-day conference that is a 5-hour car ride away. I am taking three (3) knitting projects. What? You wouldn’t take that many? Don’t be silly; of course you would. I’ve got the yarn all … Continue reading
For the past couple years I have knitted something to contribute to an annual silent auction in May. 2015: 2016: 2017: Since this fundraiser is supports progressive causes, I think I will knit a couple pussyhats, too.
A few weeks ago I had to attend a meeting in a city 200 miles away. Not wanting to have to rise at oh-dark-thirty to get there by the 10:00 start time, I made the drive the previous day and left early enough … Continue reading
I am pleased to report that time and [nearly] a week of not knitting has largely cleared up my thumb joint issue. Can I get a big HURRAH! Although I had declared myself to be a non-knitter for a week, … Continue reading
Pattern: Underlying Structures by Jennifer Kirchenbauer. When I saw this pattern on MadameDafargeKnits, I knew I had to make it. Yarn: Plymouth DK Superwash, color 1131. Needles: US#5. As I said on the Ravelry page, I was fascinated immediately when … Continue reading
This is my version of the Shine Wrap by Janina Kallio. I started it in June with the intention of donating it to a fundraiser for my friend Jeff, who ran for state assembly. While mine is not as interesting as … Continue reading