Category Archives: Knits

Dreams Are Free

George Addair is paraphrased as having said, “Everything you want is on the other side of fear.” It occurred to me that I do not fear much, but everything I want is on the other side of money. I must … Continue reading

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Knitting Dreams

Several days before, during and after the total solar eclipse over the United States on 8/21/17 I was inspired to create an Eclipse Wrap. A prayer of sorts in yarn. This is the first time I created something without following … Continue reading

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Knitocratic Tendencies

Romi Hill’s design “Moon Shadows” shawl, completed in a speed record for me of 10 days – that’s anxiety, not intending to break a speed record, proving that anxiety can be beautiful Envision a society where instead of autocratic, iron-fisted … Continue reading

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Knitting Weight Loss Update

Joji Locatelli‘s brilliant mirrored design is finally off the needles!  I used a variety of stash yarn I had from different sources, including the awesome Bazaar Girls of Port Townsend for the rust and turquoise I believe from Mad Hatter … Continue reading

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Ode to Nature’s Fiber Artist

Spider is 8-legged and its body is like a figure-8. Thus, spider has been linked symbolically with eternity. Spider also makes one of the strongest materials known on earth. I revere spider’s craft.     Respond to every call that … Continue reading

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Sitting Inside Illusion

Royal Mile by designer Justyna Lorkowska Fresh off my needles, I used Italian Plum colorway of Cascade Heritage yarn and Alameda colorway of Hawthorne Fingering Multi from Knitpicks. This swoopy, light wrap reminding me of twilight sky can belong to … Continue reading

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Happen-ing

It had long since come to my attention that people of accomplishment rarely sat back and let things happen to them. They went out and happened to things. – Leonardo da Vinci As any famous person floating around the interweb, … Continue reading

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