Monthly Archives: January 2014

Thursdays are for Spinning

  This was more of a Thursday-for-trying-to-spin.  I’ve been getting my apartment ready for some family that are coming to visit this weekend, so I didn’t have a whole lot of time.  In the time I had available, I wound … Continue reading

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Yarn Along

  I realised early this week that all of my knitting was winter-coloured: there was the pale blue mohair cowl, the white hats for Halos of Hope and the giant brown Fichu.  All three are much too wintry to get … Continue reading

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January Coldsheeping Update

It might seem a little early to be doing my monthly Coldsheep update since there are still 4 days left in January, but there is not the slightest chance of any of my WIPs getting finished before February arrives.  So … Continue reading

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Just Under the Wire…

…is today’s theme.  This blog post is going up with 30min left in my Friday (although since I’m spending all weekend working on school projects, there isn’t much of a TGIF moment here), and these: were finished and packed up … Continue reading

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Thursdays are for Spinning

The alpaca/wool blend is finally finished!  Well, the singles are finished.  I have never plyed before so I’m going to let these sit for awhile before decided what to do with them.  The quality and thickness of the yarn also … Continue reading

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Yarn Along

There is a “throwdown” going on among some of the West Coast podcasts that I listen to regularly.  Essentially it is a competition to see which podcast can solicit the most hat donations for Halos of Hope by February 1st. … Continue reading

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Introducing Mr Knightley

“You might not see one in a hundred with gentleman so plainly written as in Mr. Knightley.” – Emma Introducing the newest resident at One Stitch HQ, the eminent Mr. Knightley: (This is from Day 1, when he wasn’t quite sure about me yet) … Continue reading

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