Monthly Archives: September 2010

Twin booties

A friend of mine is expecting twins so I thought a pair of matching booties would be a perfect gift.  After checking my stash, I came up with this very light celery-colored nubby rayon yarn (Germaine “Khaki” from Yarn Country … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Halloween

I was at Goodwill yesterday dropping off the products of our garage-cleaning efforts.  I had to stop in to look around!  It truly is AMAZING at that place.  Clothing all organized by size and color, shoes all lined up by … Continue reading

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Just planning ahead

The thermometer dipped below 70 and I’m all over that.  The mitten and ear muff box cannot be far behind.  I made this mitten from some really soft Garnstudio Eskimo wool that Mom brought back from Scandanavia for me.  It’s … Continue reading

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Knitting season

Go Northwestern!  The first day of our college football viewing season means “get back to knitting” for me.  I love watching the games but my hands just can’t sit still.  Knitting gets me through it!  I FINALLY finished knitting the … Continue reading

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Hello world!

Hello blogging world!  This is Day One of my new blog.  I thought it would be fun to share some of the projects I’m working on.  I hope you are inspired to try some of them or come up with … Continue reading

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