I decided to try taking the train 2 days a week to school. I save $20 a day doing this. I can knit/crochet all I like Saves on the wear and tear of my car I get less exhausted and frustrated by the traffic, bridges, school zones and trains. My first 2 days on the… Continue reading Dishcloths on a train
We just returned from a bus tour and family visit in Ireland. People ask where we went, and it's more like, where didn't we go? First there was some gift making for the family we would visit... Hats and cowls for the adults: Hackey Sacks for the kiddies: Then we parted on a short flight… Continue reading Ireland in the summer
Recently, a friend asked if I would make a blanket for a "Black & White themed baby room, but with a touch of orange" and then make a "pumpkin sack and cap" for this new little sweetie pie. Here are the finished pieces...
I finished it and it sure did eat a LOT of wool! Made with acrylic yarns leftover from other projects. Somehow, I had a whole rainbow but for the lime green, they were all in my yarn tub.
I'm not a poet, but I just wanted to share my poem. I think it sums up that rush for the finish we all seem to share this time of year. ---------------------------------- It's Christmas time again and thus, the knitters all begin to cuss. Bake the cookies and the cakes! Cut out some paper snowflakes!… Continue reading A Christmas Poem for Knitters
This was a very fast and easy project from Malabrigo Book Three. I wanted to try Rasta yarn for a while but it's expensive to buy and it's very hot where I live, so it had to be a practical adventure. The buttons are from Joann's. They really were the only ones I felt went… Continue reading Rasta Neckwarmer