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More Rainbows

I guess I’m on a rainbow kick. A few weeks ago a friend ask if anyone wanted to test knit a pair of fingerless mitts for her. Seeing as how I had just finished up the Margil Mitts, I said … Continue reading

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Margil

Margil is an apple varietal that is small in size but big in flavor. I like to think that the Margil stitch pattern is easy to execute, but has a big visual impact. The slipped stitches add a lovely texture … Continue reading

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Rainbows Aren’t Really Known For Their Flavor

(note, I don’t watch MLP, but the quote fit so nicely) So, I have this friend who is pretty awesome. So awesome that I knit a baby sweater and a hat for her baby shower. The baby, nicknamed Sparrow, is … Continue reading

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It’s Beginning to Feel Like Fall

The weather here in Texas is finally in the 70s regularly (even though today and tomorrow are still supposed to be in the 80s, sigh), and I’m starting to regain some of my knitting mojo that got stashed away during … Continue reading

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Summer Knitting

I had such big plans this summer. “I’m going to finish or frog all the UFOs.” “I’m finally going to knit Girasole.” “I’m going to start designing all these sketches.” Well, summer had other plans. I did start Girasole. I … Continue reading

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Almost 4 months

I can’t believe C has been a part of our family for almost for months now. Yet, it also seems like he’s been here forever.  He’s a generally happy baby, but when he’s not happy he is really Not. Happy. … Continue reading

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Mitered Crosses

I am trying to get into the swing of life (knitting/housework/etc) with two kids.  So far, it’s going fairly well.  I’m actually managing to keep the house somewhat clean, make a few meals that involve actual prep and heating of … Continue reading

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