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i think it’s safe to say now that spring is here. a little late, but beautiful as ever. these fritillaria that i thought i missed, have finally showed their quirky little heads to my extreme delight—these guys usually show up much earlier in april, or even late march. we’ve had a veryy balmy week actually—in […]

day of reckoning . . .

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boy, oh boy, the weather has been nothing but miserable here this week—rain every day, except for the few hours when i absolutely cannot get outside. even if i could, everything is dripping wet; not the greatest conditions for planting onion sets or chard seeds. which is what i’d do if it would just dry […]

read all about it, the knitspot newsletter

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Yes, finally a Knitspot newsletter. The newsletter will be emailed to alert readers of new blog post, events, new patterns and of course our newest offering of a Knitspot club. Distribution will be culled from our database of Knitspot customers that have subscribed to the newsletter option. Those of you that have not subscribed […]

my little patch of happiness

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what a sight for sore eyes, eh?? i am SO happy to be home, especially with a greeting like this—my lipstick tulips (not their real name) just outside the garage door, at that perfect prebloom moment. sigh. and these hyacinths—WOW. slightly past their prime, they nevertheless held out til i got home to show off […]