Last week we took E to NYC for an afternoon to see the New York City Ballet at the David H. Koch theatre in Lincoln Center. It was a drippy, sometimes very rainy day, but we did have a lot of fun. We meandered around the city, visited the Apple Store and some high end … Continue reading 3/52
Well, I bit the bullet and cast on the Peak Brim Flare Crown Star Top Hat (link to ravelry) this weekend. I'd read the instructions and the tip sheets, started watching a Craftsy class, and had totally freaked myself out. So I decided to just start knitting and see what happened. Well, since the first … Continue reading New skills
The hats are done! It seemed like a good opportunity to take our second picture: It was a grey day, so I didn't get to take any other pictures, but wanted to get this taken! It's going to be a busy week around here, but we've got some fun stuff going on.
I mentioned that I went to the Knitter's Review Retreat last fall. In addition to the wonderful workshop I enjoyed visiting the vendors. It's much smaller than any fiber festival, so you get a good chance to really talk to the vendors. One of them was Kathryn Alexander who designs some of the most colorful … Continue reading Next on the needles
Last fall I went to a wonderful retreat with Clara Parkes - The Knitter's Review Retreat. I'd never been to one before, and felt a lot of trepidation about the entire thing - I am rather shy, and as my blog names states, not one to join a lot of groups. Well, no surprise to … Continue reading 1/52
Yup, it's been a while since I've posted. Could be a while before I post again! I don't know if any one really follows per se, or notices my absences. I have a lot of blogs in my feed reader, and while some are more regular than others, I rarely remove anyone from my feed. … Continue reading Finishing!
It's been a rainy week, and therefore no good photo opportunities, I've decided to resurrect a post I started on a plane a few months ago. I've never been a big reader of non-fiction. Rather ironic considering I was a history major. Perhaps it's because these the non-fiction that's usually recommended to me is business … Continue reading Learning/improving