Knitting Mojo Is Back!

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This week Baby Knitspot is the size of a spaghetti squash! The baby weighs over a pound and is kicking like crazy, plus I have lots more energy, and I’m happy to announce that my knitting mojo is back! The MSU Lorna’s Laces for my School Sock swatched up like this! I got pretty close […]

green renovation

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once again this year, i’m spending most of the month of april away from home. it’s a time of great change in the yard and garden, though still too early and cold to plant or to work outside for very long, most days. i found this picture in the camera while downloading the photos from […]

oh, it’s good to be home

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haha, if this doesn’t look like trouble, i dunno what does . . . wait—i take that back . . . this really looks like trouble. hmm, two guys just standing around in a couple of slöfocks, asking to model for the blog?? sorry, that doesn’t sound right, does it? maybe i’m overly suspicious . […]

FIFC, A Club for Fall

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Fall In Full Color, a knitspot club, is an exploration of a variety of gorgeous fibers and colors through a series of intermediate fall and winter accessory projects. Each project is designed by Anne specifically for a custom yarn, to be portable and fun to knit, appropriate for gifting or keeping as a treat to […]