Over the weekend, I posted a picture to Twitter (via Instagram) of five wacky non-matching skeins of sock yarn. It’s true: they are all for the same pair of socks.
This is five skeins of Red Heart’s sock yarn Heart & Sole. Ordinarily I am not a big fan of Red Heart yarns, but . . . → Read More: The wacky socks
Last night I sat down on the couch around 9:30 PM and thought, “Okay! Let’s knit and watch some television!” And then I looked around and realized that… I had nothing to knit!
My big knitting surprise of 2011 is that I became smitten with that Red Heart sock yarn. It’s durable, has good . . . → Read More: Envy Socks, Complete! Thought For The Day, And Thanks
Once again I have failed to take photographs in a timely fashion. But rest assured, all of the evil icky nasty snow has melted, and we are back to a typical January in western Washington: 46 degrees and showery, with acres of lovely bright green grass.
And I remembered my fall-back of fall-back . . . → Read More: Envy Sock The First
I have a theory that you carry grief around inside you, like a bowl full of a cold, thick liquid. Every time something big and sad happens, the bowl cracks open and spills everywhere.
In other words, when you grieve, it’s not about what just happened, it’s about everything that has ever happened. . . . → Read More: So, Anyway.
I clocked my first finished knit on January 1st. This was so satisfying that I think I’m going to make it A Thing. Get something just a few rows short of finished at the end of December, then hang onto it just in order to finish it on the 1st.
I like this sock . . . → Read More: Starting The New Year Right