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Tag Archives: yarn
One of the big new year’s resolutions I see going around is people committing to knit or crochet projects using yarn they already have. Whether your stash of yarn takes up a box or a bedroom, here are some thoughts … Continue reading
Once upon a time, on the outskirts of a small village, lived a woman named Radmilla. Her one room cabin was sparsely furnished. She had a stove and a small bed. She did not have a pantry; she did not … 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
There are such a wide variety of animal fiber yarns available today. Wool, alpaca, angora, mohair, yak, and bison can be found at almost any reputable yarn store. If you have sensitive skin you may be worried about having a … Continue reading
Stitches Midwest is starting soon. I’ve never gone to Midwest as I’m located in Connecticut. About a month ago a friend asked me if I wanted to drive up with her. A yarn filled road trip? Sure! Until I checked … Continue reading
I’m looking at getting a new vehicle. In addition to concerns about cost and safety ratings, I’m considering how to best yarnify my new ride. I could crochet a steering wheel cover or maybe mount a yarn swift on the … Continue reading
A while back I tried taking a picture of a mint tin with my iPhone, but I couldn’t get a very clear picture of such a small object. I saw something online about macro lenses (for close-up photography) that you … Continue reading
Just because it’s Friday – sources for yarn themed shot glasses. Bread and Badger features a ball of yarn with crossed knitting needles. Ravelry shot glasses have the words “frogged” and “ripped”. On Hooks and Needles via Cafe Press – … Continue reading