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Wake Up!

This is how I feel when I wake up too ..  

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Adopting Dog

My life seems to be evolving in a new direction since I adopted my little dog a year ago. He is a Velcro Dog in the most literal way. Which makes knitting a bit of a challenge. To put it … Continue reading

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Rescue Me!

The day Rougie (Roog-eee) rescued me. Only four pounds, malnourished, and urine stained tail, hips and feet from living in a tiny crate for six months.   And now, coming into his own. Love this sweet boy! All six pounds … Continue reading

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WIP? What WIP?

Who cares how many WIPs (work in progress) they have going when there are cool new patterns to fall in love with and yarn to buy? Priorities, you know. I found a lovely pattern called Bounce from Tin Can Knits. … Continue reading

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Revised Baby Hat Pattern

This is my version of the 1898 Hat (original pattern for an adult size hat can be found on Ravelry). I used sock yarn and US 2 needles (one set of double point needles). So here goes: Hat Band Cast … Continue reading

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Misbehaving Roses

My roses have a perfectly nice trellis but they refuse to use it!

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On-the-Go Project Bag (and a Giveaway!)

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When carrying my knitting around, I like to keep it in nice project bags. I used to drop works in progress (WIPs) into ziplock bags and throw them into my purse or tote bag. It was…

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Peaches In Bloom

My two year old peach tree blooming like there’s no tomorrow! A  

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Lots Of Hats

What an easy pattern this is! Now I have a nice little stack of hats ready for donating. And lots more sock yarn in my stash, just waiting for me.

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Experimental Ear Flap Baby Hat

I just finished knitting a baby hat with ear flaps using self striping sock yarn. It is adapted from an adult size pattern with a few minor modifications. The brim is garter stitch and is joined with a stockinette top … Continue reading

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