Monthly Archives: April 2017

Yarn & Paper – Writing Knitting Patterns, and Self-Patterning Socks

Every Wednesday I share what I’m knitting (Yarn) and reading (Paper) this week.  The workshop this past weekend with Kate Atherley was fantastic. She kept the class entertaining with her very British, very dry humour, and she is clearly an expert on … Continue reading

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Yarn & Paper – Finishing Brideshead Revisited, and Workshop Homework

Every Wednesday I share what I’m knitting (Yarn) and reading (Paper) this week.  I finished Brideshead Revisited! Apparently it’s kind of a classic? Like most classics, I found it a mostly depressing read. There were happy moments, but it was … Continue reading

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Yarn & Paper – Tutankhamun Continues, and New Socks

Every Wednesday I share what I’m knitting (Yarn) and reading (Paper) this week.  The Splitstone vest from last week’s post is getting too big to fit into my purse, so I cast on a new set of vanilla socks to … Continue reading

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April: No New Things

Over the past month or so I’ve been feeling an ever-increasing sense of overwhelm with no obvious cause. Sure, work has been a little busier than usual, and a little more stressful, but not enough to cause this feeling I’ve … Continue reading

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Yarn & Paper – Splitstone, and Brideshead Revisited

Every Wednesday I share what I’m knitting (Yarn) and reading (Paper) this week.  Another old WIP from 2015! I’m slowly making my through all my old knitting and sewing projects. There are only two knitting WIPs left from 2015, this … Continue reading

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