Tuesday, July 01, 2008

This is a beautiful yarn to work with.
Each stitch I make shows the subtle change of colours from pinks to mustard, gray and that infusion of ever changing brown to cream.
If the yarn had not been so beautiful, I don't think that I would have the patience to keep crocheting this lace hat.
It can never be sold...the hours I am spending on it can never be priced. I am going to upload a picture of the work in progress...and it is sold out says the Fearless Fiber lady on her shop at Etsy.

Tuesday, April 01, 2008

Yesterday I was given a book for review. It was the newest one by the yarn harlot. I had read articles about this women of the yarn in Canada, but I finally had her book in my hand and then I discovered he website. I wonder, where have I been? This blogging thing, and I have four and I think that because I am not getting any comments, no one even seems to know they are here, I lose interest. So I hope to change that today.
What am I knitting, I have knitted since the last post about a dozen cupcakes from pattern I bought through Etsy, I love Etsy. I crocheted a headband for Shaunice and a little change purse and I am going to have dinner with her today, and I will ask her to let me take pictures to post.

Sunday, January 06, 2008

So, Brooklyn saw me with my turquoise scarf and she said, "I like your scarf." So I made her one. Knitting is really a joy for me. And if making something and giving it to someone makes them this please, well?
Maybe we could all knit a little something for loves sake.

Thursday, January 03, 2008

What we do at six in the morning....try to finish these mittens, it's suppose to be -27 today.

Tuesday, January 01, 2008

Two hats for Eve and mittens

Eve has red hair, she looks great in orange and the turquoise, I am loving this colour, and this labour of love. I am not too happy with the seaming, the finishing is bulky.
I vow to use double pointed needles forever after from now on.
Having sworn off straight needles on less I am at home, a circular needle used as straight needles is what I call one of those new lessons we learn, for knitting on the bus, has now become effortless.

Saturday, September 30, 2006

On Wednesday October4th, at the Centre For Women and Transpeople at York University.
In the Student Centre, Room 322. From 1 to 3 pm.

Day 2: BYOY or we will supply for a small fee of $3.00 this includes sippings.