cobalt over mediterranean

This Verdaia is one of those projects that just knits itself. You know the type… one day it’s just a little triangle on the needles, and overnight it’s apparently become a living, breathing demander of all knitting attention, flying off the needles at breakneck pace with nary a care for keeping you up to late, missing meals or work hours, or anything other than the…

easy being

It was only a couple of hours after I wrote up my last post before I was spinning, plying, and finishing the spinning project that I was so worked up about. Sometimes they’re just totally addictive! We had plenty of episodes of bad TV stored up, so I just worked through the remaining fiber until it was done, since I was so excited to see…

one good turn

Oct 8th, 2010 social, swaps, work, yarn p8rn fridays

I just love knitters. Isn’t it amazing how the connections we make between other fiber enthusiasts on the internet can turn into something really special? Recently I’ve been donating some of my time to the Design Donors, a Ravelry group for helping new groups get set up with their theme decor, for people who may not possess the skills or software to do it themselves….

blue moon

Jan 1st, 2010 other, yarn p8rn fridays

Happy New Year! This post will engage in activity fairly unpopular for New Year’s Day: looking back into the past. Well, only into yesterday, when I had the extreme good fortune and pleasure of visiting Blue Moon Fiber Arts’ open house in Scappoose, OR! It was a delightfully terrible day for a drive… I absolutely love the wet winter weather here, and yesterday was almost…

true tweed

Oct 30th, 2009 spinning, yarn p8rn fridays
tweed yarn skeins

I’m totally debating about what to contribute to the Fiber Arts Friday Blog Carnival this week. I’ve got two fibery projects I could show off in this post, and I cannot decide which one! I don’t want to be a bore and showcase my spinning every single week, but it is something I do every week and love. OK, I’ve made my decision… I’ll blog…