Change is in the air, my friends. I mean, like, literal changes, on this blog you are reading right now. A lot of things have been in the works for a while, but they are finally to the point that you might experience some changes – both pleasant and unpleasant – so this is your … More Some Things Coming
After over a month’s break from knit-blogging, where do I begin? I have spent the last two months experiencing life as I have never experienced it before. I spent 35 hours a week at a job in the city. That job consisted mostly in just talking to people about their lives, their families, and their … More I’m Back
When I worked at Cloverhill, a co-worker told me about a Christmas tradition she had with her kids. Every year, they picked three things to give away, and they received three presents. (Three for the wise men.) This struck me as eminently reasonable. Not everyone has to do it, of course, and some rule like … More Ten Balls a-Ringing
My hubby and I have a little tradition that started our first Christmas together. I made him a hat. He loved it so passionately that the next Christmas I made him another one. By then he was knitting too, so he made me a hat. Every year, we have made each other hats for Christmas. … More Eight Cold Resistors
More wolves today! As Mom described in yesterday’s post, my little sis has been into wolves for a long time. She has also developed a blazing love for cats, and her own beloved Kirby-dog is about as un-wolfish as they can get. Basically, if you are a member of the animal kingdom, this kid is … More Seven Pairs of Wolfies
This is everybody’s favorite verse, I think. Eddie Izzard certainly thinks so. (a bit of swearing in that link, be aware of who’s in the room before you click.) FIIIIIIIIVE GOOOOOLD RIIIIIIINGS!!! Right? Anyway, today the rings are around heads, and have tops, because they are hats. And I’m celebrating with a free pattern, so … More Five More Hats!!!!
As ready as we’re going to be! We know where we’ll be this weekend. The 2013 Maryland Alpaca & Fleece Festival. November 16-17th, 10 am – 4 pm; Howard County Fairgrounds. Where will you be? An ENORMOUS vote of thanks goes out to our amazing sample knitters – Tammy, Gale, Beryl, and my aunt Kathy. … More Ready