There’s still time to make this a handmade holiday. Go with something small and quick-to-knit. Instant download patterns help too. Click on a photo to visit Ravelry for more details .
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I don’t know what I love more, the ribbons and threads or the wooden spools.
Ward off winter’s chill with the Arcadia cowl. Knit in a highly textured lace stitch and aran weight yarn, Arcadia knits up quickly. As a plus, all shaping instructions are provided for you in the pattern. The pattern is written in one size. Follow the Ravelry link below to learn more about Arcadia or to purchase […]
Matchgirl fingerless gloves are a terrific one skein project. Worked primarily in Stockinette stitch with scalloped edges you can go as simple or as crazy as you like with yarn. Matchgirl is written as a one size fits most pattern. Follow the Ravelry link below to learn more about Matchgirl or to purchase a PDF […]
Yesterday I made an enormous pot of vegetarian chili loaded with veggies and beans. I even roasted the last of the hot peppers from the garden. Between the roasting, chopping, sautéing and simmering I was in the kitchen for almost 2 hours. When I’m cooking for that long I listen to NPR podcasts to keep myself company. Yesterday I […]