Month: May 2008

Spring green and vain

Pattern: Joelle’s Favorite Yoke Sweater Ravelry link: Yarn: Dream in Color Smooshy Needles: U.S. size 2 24″ circulars (Susan Bates, I think) and Knitpicks dpns, also U.S. size 2 Size made: XS, with modifications to be extra smaller Yardage: Guessing,

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Yarn is stretchy!

And I’m seeing the advantage in that lately.  After over eight years of being underweight, I finally gained to a point where I think I’m healthier, and I’m very pleased.  But I hadn’t thought out my plan far enough to

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Winner!

I’m sorry I didn’t post this sooner, but luckily, I’m quicker at posting packages than posting in the blog, so my package of brown yarns is currently winging its way to Christine, whose name was drawn at random from a

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Knitting schtuff/last day to enter

Just a reminder that today is the last day to enter my Autism Awareness Month drawing and win yarn! I’ve only had a few entries thus far (clearly my blog and yarn incentive are not terribly far reaching) so your

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Shallow artifice

A brilliant post on Needled about historian Catharine Macaulay got me thinking, and I’m going to try to run down the train tracks of that thought now. How much relation this bears to knitting may be debatable, but I hope

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