We had a wonderful Christmas! The day was made brighter by Craftgossip.com and their readers, who put sales of Nancy’s ColorPlay bag over the 150 mark. I matched all contributions and sent a check for $600 to Doctors without Borders. I hope that sales continue into 2015, and we can keep the contributions coming. Christmas […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Christmas Joy
Christmas? Who has time for Christmas! Here is what I’ve been doing… Progress report! We are up to 147 sales of Nancy’s colorplay bag, and I am hoping to reach 150 this week. I am going to match donations, so every sale ($2) will result in $4 donation to Doctors without Borders. Keep spreading the […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Here, there and Everywhere
It’s Christmas central at my house, as Christmas gifts are flying off my smaller looms. I find weaving very satisfying and am loving every minute. My big box of yarn arrived from WEBS yesterday, and I cast on for the A-line tunic in Kureyon. This is going to be a quick, fun knit. That’s good, […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on A fun week with lots going on!
I am a fortunate person in that I have friends – people whom I love and who love me, and we support each other. I never, ever take that for granted. I thought of this today as I finished up the 3 weaving projects I’ve been working on. Currently taking a bath, waiting for wet-finishing, […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Thinking of others
It seems like awhile since I’ve knit a sweater. I’ve been knitting lots of smaller projects in the past year – shawls and socks. There have been good reasons for this, but when I was knitting only to please myself I was generally drawn to larger projects: sweaters, afghans, and more sweaters. I don’t really […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on A new sweater project
I had a productive holiday weekend – with some shopping (OK, a lot of shopping), some weaving (OK, a lot of weaving), and a new addition to the family. Also progress on some projects, and a few new ones being planned. Here is a report! First, remember the Astoria sock KAL idea, with A Hundred […]Continue Reading... 3 Comments.