I like to take time in summer to plan out what I want to knit in the rest of the year. It lets me feel like I’m making progress, without having to actually touch wool with my sweaty sticky fingers. Here’s three things I ran across recently:
1. Yesterday the employee at the senior . . . → Read More: Knitting Ideas
Today my computer crapped out at 85 degrees/11AM, so I took the day off. I decided to cull my stash. I phoned the nearest senior center, and asked if they had a knitting group that would be interested in a donation. They did, and they would, and so my plan was set in motion. . . . → Read More: Bye Bye Yarn! The Big De-Stash
First, if you’ve been following me on Twitter, you’ve already heard that my resolution this week is to not complain about the heat. We’re heading into an epic heat spell, and forecasters are predicting extreme crankiness.
As I’ve said before, it’s not the heat – it’s the almost universal lack of air conditioning. . . . → Read More: The Story Of A Swatch
Isabeau is getting tired with the daily high school grind, and so am I. She kept having a wish to “skip school,” which I was happy to oblige.
I was careful to keep her grades up (she was getting an A) and not to skip too often. Because what if the heir to . . . → Read More: Sims Sunday: Isabeau Hits The Town
I’m working on a post about my collection of swatches. I did not realize that keeping a swatch library was an odd thing until I mentioned it off-handedly, and everyone was all like “What? You do WHAT with your swatches?” Ha!
Until I have a chance to get to that stuff, I thought you . . . → Read More: Mr. Ribbits