Stained Glass

When you make a wildly multi-colored project, like the Lenten KAL, often you end up with lots of leftovers. I always think about how fun it would be to come up with a leftovers project, but rarely do I come up with anything good. But this time, I had some inspiration. Every Sunday morning, when … More Stained Glass

Easter Joy

Back at the end of January, before we were all sick to death of snow and cold, when we were still in the starry brightness of the season of Epiphany, my very own Drama of Scripture scarf came off the blocking wires. Jared & I took it out for a photo shoot. I had no … More Easter Joy

Credit Roll

In the quiet of Holy Saturday, now that the KAL is nearly wrapped up and Lent is nearly over, I want to take a wee post to acknowledge the cool people who made this project possible. Thanks again to all the essay writers, who gave their time and thought and heart into the essays that … More Credit Roll

Crazy Sauce

Just a quick note to say that I am not completely snowed under, but I’m pretty close. God gave me a couple of precious verses on Tuesday that I am clinging to: “When I thought, ‘My foot slips,’ your steadfast love, O LORD, held me up. When the cares of my heart are many, your … More Crazy Sauce

God Will Triumph

~By Meg Saunders “‘I am the Alpha and the Omega, the Beginning and the End,’ says the Lord, ‘who is and who was and who is to come the Almighty.’ . . . ‘I am the Alpha and Omega, the First and the Last’” (Revelation 1:8,11). “And I heard a loud voice from the throne … More God Will Triumph

Bobbles, Popcorns, Nupps, and Knitting Backwards

It isn’t every day that I write a blog post that requires a table of contents, but there’s no use being in denial about it, so here it goes. In this tutorial, I will be showing three bobble or “bobble-like” techniques. 1. Bobbles 1. supplemental Knitting backwards (a.k.a. How Not to Hate Bobbles) 2. Popcorns … More Bobbles, Popcorns, Nupps, and Knitting Backwards