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summer spinning & celebrations

The summer has been passing so quickly that I’m not really sure where it is going! I had lofty plans of working on some blog posts to intersperse between the shows this summer but lo-and-behold, it hasn’t happened! I have been working away on my Tunis fleece that I was able to get through the… Continue reading summer spinning & celebrations

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Episode 73: Wearable Triangles

Welcome to new and returning viewers – I hope you enjoy the show. Thank you to our Patreon subscribers of the show for keeping the show on the air month after month. You make all of this possible! Thank you for tuning in this week. Welcome to new viewers and welcome back to returning viewers.… Continue reading Episode 73: Wearable Triangles

family · knitting · norahWHY · sweater

Little Lighthouse Pullover

Pattern: Little Lighthouse Pullover by Carrie Bostick Hoge {Ravelry project page here} Yarn: Berroco Vintage in colours 51105 (purple) & 6537 (minty) Needles: 4.00mm and 4.5mm I put all of my projects on hold and only worked on this last week – I call it ‘Norah’s 3-Day Sweater’ because, well, it took me three days… Continue reading Little Lighthouse Pullover

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Episode 71: Intentionality

Welcome to new and returning viewers – I hope you enjoy the show. Thank you to our Patreon subscribers of the show for keeping the show on the air week after week. You make all of this possible! This week, I chat about a couple of spins that I am intentionally spinning with my dominant… Continue reading Episode 71: Intentionality

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Life, Craft and Kids.

Many of my posts recently have been either finished objects, in-progress projects that I don’t talk about on the podcast because they aren’t handspun, my new weaving adventures or Patreon updates. Since beginning this wild journey last Spring, I feel as if time has taken on a whole other meaning – it whirls past at… Continue reading Life, Craft and Kids.

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norah sparkles

Recently, Norah asked for some new sweaters to add to her ‘collection’ – she has a drawer full of hand knit sweaters from when James was a baby and I knit quite a few then for both kids to wear. Sadly, they are now too small but she continues to want them in her dresser… Continue reading norah sparkles