I found the ideal project to put into the Star Trek bag. It is a UFO, and like all UFO’s, there is a story attached. My daughter, Deborah, is (sometimes) a knitter, and she likes to knit socks. More accurately, she likes to knit a sock. One is enough, and unlike other people who forge […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on The perfect project for the Star Trek bag
The weather this spring has been spectacular, and I have been spending lots of time outside. I’m in heavy training for the Boston marathon, which means hours of running every week. It is cutting into my knitting time, but I only have a few weeks left until the event. Running is going well – which […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Progress on all fronts!
Rose City Yarn Crawl 2015 was amazing, and I want to thank the Naked Sheep Knit Shop and For Yarn’s Sake for making me welcome over the weekend. I bought yarn for some new projects that I can’t even think about casting on, because 1) Daylight Savings time kicked my butt this year 2) “Dr. […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on work in progress
This weekend is the Rose City Yarn Crawl, with 15 LYS’s participating. Knitters from all over the place have been saving their money, planning projects and purchases – waiting for this event. Is there another city in the world with such a plethora of wonderful yarn stores as Portland, OR? I will be appearing at […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Rose City Yarn Crawl!
I finished the Duxbury Point Pullover!!! This is the sweater for Bill that I have been knitting off and on since before starting to write “Annetarsia Knits”. It is one of the UFO’s that I wanted to get finished in 2015. I am pleased to say it fits him well, and he loves it. The […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on One New Years resolution down! And a new project started…
This weekend has been devoted to cleaning up after a few weeks of teaching/travel. Unpacking and setting things into piles was about as far as I got…I still need to organize samples into the various classes and put them away. I can only take so much of that, so I took a break to sew […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Clean-up time