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My regular blog followers will notice that I have not been posting many knitting projects lately. My free time has been spent re-doing a quilt I made for my son.
Each year for Christmas my sister and I exchange handmade items. I love that we share a love for all things handmade. This year I made my sister a glass cross suncatcher. To create this piece, I foil wrapped and … Continue reading
I have found my new favorite dishcloth! These dishcloths are amazing. They are super sturdy and have a thicker texture than most knit dishcloths.
Nothing is better on a cold day, than a comforting cup of tea! This simple knit teabag pouch is perfect for carrying 2 or 3 tea bags and a couple of packets of sugar. No more searching at the bottom … Continue reading
This weeks knitting project is an adorable Bluebird.
Yesterday I promised a set of new knitting patterns inspired by the Olympic Opening Ceremonies. Here is the first hat is the series. The Japanese entered the arena sporting neon orange snowsuits, but the hat is what caught my eye. … Continue reading
Each year I knit a few hats to donate to a local AHG event. The hats are used as door prizes at a weekend retreat for Pioneers and Patriots. Early in the fall when I found this bulky yarn in … Continue reading
When I think of owls, I associate them with wisdom. What about you? Archimedes, from the Sword and the Stone, guides young Merlin. Winnie the Pooh always seeks the advice of his friend Owl. And lets not forget Woodsy Owl, … Continue reading