Dreaming of Shetland is a very special e-book that Donna Druchunas thought up as a dream-funder for Deborah Robson to do research into Shetland sheep and Shetland wool. I happened to be present when Donna had her epiphany, so I got involved, too. Then, of course I volunteered […]Continue Reading... 4 Comments.
I’m finishing up my book, in the middle of training for the Portland marathon and knitting Chelsea’s shawl, and preparing for a new computer and software. Here is the weekend wrap-up! New computer is in the house! Moving from .5 gig to 2 gigs, which should solve the slow-down problem. I’m not hooking it up […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Well, it isn’t really “dead”, but I have always wanted to say that. We need to replace the computer that I have been working on since the kids went to college. Yep, it is that old. We bought this computer when we moved to the house in 2001, and needed two computer stations with two […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I’ve been working really hard on assembling all of the pieces of the Book, getting ready for final edit and lay-out. Every bit of it has been worked over and analyzed. I have checked all of the math, Tracey re-checked every chart and pattern, things were cut, condensed, or expanded as I looked again with […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Knitters are very generous people, and we love to support good causes. This particular one resonates strongly with me because feeling safe when running is something that I take very seriously, as well as crimes against women. I have been knitting with Dream in Color yarn lately, as they have generously supported the Book with […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
I reached the end of The Broken Circle today. It is Book One of the Potluck Yarn Trilogy by Cheryl Potter. I’ve been reading it for awhile now, which is unlike me in two ways. Normally, I wait until all of the books in a series are at hand, and read them all at once. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.