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today i have for you the release of my second design for the wool girl victorian authors club, a pretty, flirty shawlette or shawl that was part of the july shipment for that club. i was honored to be asked to design the installment focusing on virginia woolf, one of my literary heroes. jen chose […]

i thought it was over

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after i posted about the robin, i noticed that the nest was empty a lot more often and i wondered if she’d finally abandoned it. but no, she was still nearby, going nuts every time someone came in or out. (this one of the two maples that stand just a few feet away form the […]

and now back to my knitting

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when i last left off, i was contemplating this skein of briar rose stella┬ámerino/silk, which chris handed off to me at wooster, so i could design and knit a crescent shawl. the idea was to create something like our may club piece, wandering thyme, but of course, different. i already had a short list compiled […]

A Little Gush Fest

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Not only does Anne have amazing clubs to offer, she has ravelry clubhouses to support them separate from her #1 knitspot fan group. There is one for Bare Naked and Fall In Full Color. Instead of me telling you all how great the clubhouses are, I’m letting the members testimonies speak for themselves. Plus, I […]