Posts tagged with: reading

There are few things as beautiful as a rose. Rose of Texas is inspired by an old song The Yellow Rose of Texas.  Said to have been written in the...
I admit it  – I am a Trekkie.  I have been since I was 12 years old and raced home to watch the original in re-runs after school. I grew...
Are you fascinated by numbers?  I am.  This does not mean that I am in to numerology or especially guided by the numbers that show up in repeating patterns in my life...
  This the story of my first officially published pattern.  I have self published for a few years and then there was the Design competition, but this the first, submitted design...
After looking up the meaning and source of my title I am not sure I should use it!  Shakespeare is the source (I should have known) almost everything seems to...
You bet!  Probably more than most!  Just ask us!  We spend a lot of time thinking about things as we knit!  We are the first to share our “honest opinion”,...
Get off the Unicorn – Anne McCaffrey – Delrey Book – Ballantine Books – New York – 1977. A collection of Short Stories by Anne McCaffrey:  there is a story “Daughter” in...
The Vogue Knitting Magazine, Early Fall edition has arrived at Mad About Ewe!  What a thrill to open the box and see so many copies! Happy Knitting Lynette...
  Do you believe that it is the end of June?  I’m having problems with that!  This has been and extremely fast six months.  Here we are halfway through the...
What inspires us?  This is a question often asked of those who create and of those who inspire others to create.  Franklin Habit, when he was interviewing me for the Vogue editorial, asked...