Monthly Archives: April 2012

The Queen of Trial and Error

There are many things in life that as you learn them, they are pretty straight forward. Do A and you will get B result. Hit C on the piano, you will get C. Use the popcorn button on the microwave, … Continue reading

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Back on the Wheel Again

I learned how to spin only about four years ago. I have an Ashford Traditional that I acquired as part of a package deal almost 30 years ago. The package was three angora rabbits, the spinning wheel, a pair of … Continue reading

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Back Pedaling

I’m amused, very amused. As soon as I hit publish on my last post about neckties, I thought I’d see what kinds of art and crafts other people have done with neckties. I wasn’t prepared for the magnitude of the … Continue reading

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The Noble Tie

Warning:  photo heavy post. I have a dirty little secret, I love neckties. I find them to be incredibly sexy on my man, I think that when women wear them, sexy can be off the charts. I love how they … Continue reading

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Crafting My Next Third

This week was the last conference chat of the class I’ve been taking from Sister Diane of Craftypod ( http://www.craftypod.com/ ) on teaching classes online. This particular class was all about video. Everything from how to set them up, light boxes, camera … Continue reading

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Stash Management

We knitters love our stash, that goes without saying. If you’ve knit for any amount of time, you have stash. Whether it’s yarn you bought for a particular project, for that sweater, hat, sock, shawl, insert garment type here, you … Continue reading

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