How to Knit All Day and Impress The Boss

Who’s the boss in your family? In other words, who do you need or want to impress with your accomplishments when they come home from work or school? Do you have a hard time saying you sat on the couch all day knitting? I can hear you already…you finished 6″ on your afghan and you […]

Wool Cotton 4-Ply Yarn

Rowan’s beautiful 50% Merino wool, 50% cotton 4-ply yarn has just enough twist to give your stitches definition. It is soft enough for babies and machine washable for busy moms. What grabs my attention is the drape. Softness and draped in a cotton blend, plus the spring/summer color selection makes this a go-to yarn in […]

Knitting-Our-Way-Towards-Revolution

I’m in the mood for redefining this blog. Why do I want to write about knitting? Why is sharing free knitting patterns important? Why do I knit? Can knitting be revolutionary, and does it need to be? According to Chris Hedges, change needs to happen. How? “It’s going to come off the ground, it’s going […]

Dishcloths-and-Frogging

You know you’re OCD when you’re knitting a dishcloth and you frog it 3 times. I mean really, a dishcloth? Who cares? Apparently, I do. But I finally got it right and its almost done. I just need to learn to read (and comprehend what I’m reading.) At any rate, if you’re like me and […]

I-Get-To-Knit-More-When-I-Have-Computer-Woes

First, there was all the holiday gift knitting to complete, lots of it, some with a Thanksgiving deadline, then the trips to the post office to ship packages around the country. Mission accomplished all family members had a merrier Christmas. Comments ranged from thanks so much to those gifts were friggin awesome! There was also […]