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If you are looking for a quick and great gift idea, have I got one for you. Starbucks locations are offering reusable cups with reusable lids for only $1. Not only is the low price great, but you get 10 … Continue reading
Originally, I was going to post a giveaway on the blog today. Then, last Friday, the world was turned upside down by the tragedy that unfurled in Newtown, CT. I thought I would write today about that tragedy. But after … Continue reading
Well, today is the first Monday of December, and I feel like a horse at the starting gate of a race, pawing at the ground. There is something about the very last month of the year, with all of it’s … Continue reading
Seeing as today is Halloween, what if your favorite horror films got a knit and crochet makeover? Alien – Instead of aliens popping out of people’s chests, it’s a swarm of wool-eating moths! Noooooo! Halloween – Michael Myers isn’t a … Continue reading
I was walking my son to a friend’s house down the street yesterday. It was a bit chilly, and I was thinking it would be perfect if I had a pair of fingerless gloves to wear. Why do I like … Continue reading
Today Only! Preview sale of the new Knitcircus Yarns How a sheep in a knitted jumper could revolutionize computer animation N. Van yarn bombers dismayed by pilfered piece of knitting
As you work a new stitch pattern you may find your inner dialogue changing as you continue to work more repeats: 1st repeat – What am I doing? Knit 3? No wait, it’s knit 2, then decrease. Slip…slip….ok I’m supposed … Continue reading
Crochet Made Simple article points out that sometimes books for a younger audience are a good starting point for learning a new craft. (I learned crochet from a book aimed at teenagers even though I was an adult.) 40 under … Continue reading
I was utterly horrified a couple of weeks ago to walk in to my local Target and discover that they had already started putting up the back-to-school supplies. “It’s barely July!” I exclaimed, numb with shock. The last thing I … Continue reading
Buy yarn to help knitters (and others) in need – Bijou Basin Ranch is donating to the Red Cross and Colorado Professional Firefighters Assoc. Knitting My Way Home – A lovely opinion piece about knitting.