Monthly Archives: February 2012

That’s why I have boxes and bags and rooms full of yarn. I have always been a collector.  When I was a child it was toys – dolls mostly.  As I got older...
Section is now ready to go! Section C is the middle section of the scarf.  This is where changes in length can be made and yardage assessed. I have finished my scarf...
It is Early Spring (the West Coast starts this Season a little early) and the real Spring is on it’s way.  I have spent a little time in the garden checking out...
I have been creating many things lately that are beaded. At the same time as creating my scarves and hats, I have been writing a small article on “bead knitting” and “beaded knitting”. I...
The Rhubarb is just showing through the dirt, Christmas Roses are blooming, as are Snowdrops, and Winter Aconite (thanks Maureen!).  It has been a much wetter winter than originally forecast and the...
It is the little things in life that make each day better.  As trite and overused as this statement can be – it is also true – which is why it is trite and overused!...
There was a mistake in the Transiton Chart B.2. It has now been fixed. For those of you close to this point, you may need the fixed download! http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/dark-of-the-morning Happy...
The Retreat is over and like normal it went much too fast!  Thirty-seven women, one baby,  Emily and myself, adds up to forty-one jam-packed experiences!  This retreat ran very smoothly and seemed...
Here is the next piece of the pattern.  Link is for the pattern site on Ravelry!  http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/dark-of-the-morning I have lots to write about, after the weekend and the Retreat.  Will blog...
It takes forever to arrive and is finished in no time flat!  It is Mad About Ewe’s Annual Retreat and I am as ready as I can be…. The samples are done, my...