Author Archives: Erin W

About Erin W

A sensitive plant, bamboo strong.

Blog Transition

A word from our sponsor….me. Due to wanting to focus a topical blog on fiber arts and possibly branch into tutorials and creating my own designs, you can find my posts at domain: waterwomanknits.com This blog will revert to a … Continue reading

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December Experiment

As I knit each night, I’ve been inspired by all the knitting podcasters and vloggers out there who have held spaces of sanity and comfort in 2018. Amid the torrent of bad news, sheer craziness and challenging times, these creators … Continue reading

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Touching Earth

Unearthing potatoes by hand for my first time this week, side by side with two lovely sisters, searching them (potatoes, not sisters) for insect damage, then plopping them with satisfying thunk in buckets. This is where I need to be. … Continue reading

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Fall Montage

My favorite season. Time of fungi, Evergreen blackberry vine, and a deep bow to the gorgeous orb weaver master fiber artist. Envisioning a time on Earth where sexual harassment/assault for anyone isn’t a thing, and humans can experience what it … Continue reading

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Bridge to a Crossroads

A significant crossroads on the horizon is looming for me, and all this year I have set a toe in the water to explore a livelihood closer to my heart. What this has meant for now is pushing myself a … Continue reading

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Gratitude Walk in Hazardous Times

You know the air is bad when someone visits your small, rural, seaside town from China and tells you, “This reminds me of Beijing.” After learning air quality where I am will be in the “very unhealthy” range the next … Continue reading

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Community Supported Agriculture

Growing up in cities, I’d grown accustomed to vegetables coming from large grocery stores, even though I’ve bought organic produce for years and whenever funds allowed visited farmers markets. Then I first heard the term CSA two years ago among … Continue reading

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