As spring is in the air in the northern hemisphere and those in the southern hemisphere start setting their sights for the arrival of winter, a lot of crocheters and knitters find that their crafting changes along with their wardrobe. Have a look through your finished projects and explain the seasonality of your craft to … Continue reading 3KCBWDAY4 – A Knitter or Crocheter For All Seasons?
Today's topic is an interesting one, an opportunity to talk about a knitter or crocheter who has inspired me in some way. There are many many amazing people out there whose work I admire, and inspire me on a regular basis. However for this assignment, I'd like to talk about someone I've never met. My … Continue reading 3KCBWDAY3 – Your Knitting Or Crochet Hero
This blog week is definitely making me think about what I do with my craft. Today's topic is a photography challenge. Writing my posts at the end of the day is both good and bad. Good in that I can check out all the other posts on this topic to get a feel for what … Continue reading 3KCBWDAY2 – Photography Challenge Day
I had not heard of this, but after reading Rock + Purl's post today, I took a trip over, and thought it sounded like fun! So, in the spirit of Kim Werker's Rut Race, I'll try this for the week! Plus one week seems like a smaller bite than the 30 days I did last … Continue reading KCBW2012 Day 1 – Color
I need to remember the sun starts to disappear around 3:30 around this time of year. No pictures today.
Well, now that the sun sets so very early every day pictures are even harder for me to take. Fortunately for my record keeping purposes I'm not much of a picture purist. So, for this WIP Wednesday I've got a couple of project shots from 2 of my 3 current projects: The Cambrian Cowl is … Continue reading WIP Wednesday
What a wonderful day! As many knitters know this weekend was the NY Sheep and Wool Festival. Hard as it is to believe after reading blog posts and twitter feeds this week, not everyone does know about it. Regardless, it is an event that I like to go to, since we live relatively close to … Continue reading Meeting in the middle