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Celestial Fireflies

the celestial fireflies begin to dot the sky then crowd together joining her silvery wake and together they shimmer and glow (from sedona love poem by daramita) Our eldest daughter graduated from Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff and now makes her … Continue reading

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Diamond Eyes

2015 Goal – Design and Publish Patterns. The first projects I designed, Cable Me Cozy and Springtime Loop, were created for my beginning cable and beginning lace classes.  Although I have no fashion experience, I found that I really liked designing – it … Continue reading

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Helpful Hint: Pretty Edges

Many shawls and scarves have garter stitch borders which help to minimize rolling edges. But sometimes I want a cleaner edge that a garter border produces. One of the favorite techniques for a pretty edge is to “slip the first … Continue reading

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Finish Up Spring Knitting…

Spring in Central Park As I mentioned in a previous post, during August I will complete a few WIPs.  Obviously I was diverted by my Crocheting Adventure (Confession: I am still on the adventure and working on a 3rd Owl … Continue reading

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Not a Monogamous Knitter

A Summer to Finish Up My husband will tell you I am a great starter…  Which I admit…  but I like to finish things as well.  This summer is a time of finishing up:  finish high school (does it count … Continue reading

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Cram Knitting…

My good intentions/goals of blogging 3 times a week hasn’t been happening lately.  What has gotten in the way?  Busy at work, busy with the kids, and I did have a bit of a bug.  But I have managed to … Continue reading

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Down the Drunkard’s Path……Headband

This asymmetrical headband with a quirky name makes a great addition to your wardrobe or gift for a friend. It knits up quickly with Cascade 128 or other bulky weight yarn. The one-by-one cables at the edges and the wide … Continue reading

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