2021 In Review

It’s that time again! Time to look back over the year that was, and think about the year ahead. This has become an essential part of the Christmas season for me, part of the celebration. It’s the view from the mountaintop: looking back, I see the highlights, and they make me thankful. Looking forward, I … More 2021 In Review

Tying Up

For the last few days we’ve all been struggling with colds, taking it easy, coming down from the Christmas high. I’ve also been doing some reflecting on the year that’s past, and setting some intentions for next year. In those plans, there were a couple of small unfinished projects that didn’t make it onto my … More Tying Up

The Knitivity Story

26 In the sixth month of Elizabeth’s pregnancy, God sent the angel Gabriel to Nazareth, a town in Galilee, 27 to a virgin pledged to be married to a man named Joseph, a descendant of David. The virgin’s name was Mary. 28 The angel went to her and said, “Greetings, you who are highly favored! The Lord is with you.”29 Mary was greatly troubled … More The Knitivity Story

Knitivity: Holy Family

Years ago, my friend Rachel (my prayer buddy Rachel, or as she is known to my kids, either “Auntie Rachel” or “not-spinning Rachel”) gave me a book called “Knitivity,” with instructions for knitting a playful Nativity scene. It went into the “someday” pile, but this last year I realized my kids are at the prime … More Knitivity: Holy Family

Wedding Rings

It’s not every day that your little sister gets married. Our summer was largely structured around the joy of getting to go down south for nearly two months, to see our families and be a part of Leah’s wedding. Now that I’m kinda into quilting a little (haha), this was also the perfect excuse to … More Wedding Rings

Sarah Scott

Happy Canadian Thanksgiving everyone! This is my last post about my knitting through the Bluestockings book by Kate Davies and Nicole Pohl. It came out a few weeks ago, and my copy arrived in my hot little hands this week! As usual, it’s a beautiful book, this time with lots of full-page historical reproductions and … More Sarah Scott