Monthly Archives: October 2011

Friends. They are the rocks on which we build our lives, and along with family, they are always relied upon to be “there” – whatever the need may be.  Friends are...
And Fall on the brain!  I was recently participating in a photo challenge on Facebook, it was to take a picture of what fall meant to you – something to...
Last night was a perfect teaching experience. The class was an evening class that runs from 5:30 to 7:30, and it was Beginner’s II.  Beginner’s II is a class for knitters who...
After spending 25 minutes looking through my photograph files on my computer for the “good” pictures of the Harvest Tea Cozy to upload them to Patternfish, I have decided that maybe, just...
My apologies for not blogging for the last week – it actually feels like longer than a week!  We have been the grips of a family crisis. This week, with the return...
I’ve been playing with the camera lately.  Trying out some different settings and taking photo’s at different times of the day with different types of light.  I have managed some great...
I love to knit lace.  I also admire greatly the lace of the past and lace knitting with history.  Eileen, another lace lover, sent me a link.  She sent it to my work...
Sometimes we just wanna have fun!  And the projects we choose will quite often reflect that mindset.  Right now I am working on the pattern for Cossack.  It is almost...
Tidal Pools Shawl has arrived.  It will stay at Cricket Cove, a local yarn store, for a month or so for viewing.  Cricket cove was the main sponsor and organizer...
Last night our home was redolent with the aroma of chicken stock simmering on the stove.  Bones, savory onion, garlic, carrots and celery, fresh and dry herbs, parsley, sage, thyme...