to market, to market

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before starting work on saturday morning, we decided a quick trip to the royal oak farmers market was in order—we needed to stock up on  a few fresh foods for dinner over the weekend. i had never been to this market, but i’m sure i’ll return—it was a lot of fun. and i made a series […]

six weeks to ejection

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i’m at erica’s place, working for the weekend. this morning she had a non stress test; i played the role of wry commentator spectator, keeping erica laughing for the duration. there was plenty of knitting time as well, which i spent on twig and leaf, but did not take pictures—apparently i am only capable of […]

a nature break

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ahhh, finally my july book chapter is done and in the hands of our webmaster. while i can’t exactly sit back and relax just yet, what i can do is get us all caught up. on friday we went to the swan pond to shoot photos for the final chapter of the BNK ebook. the […]

Vintage Knitspot – Stocking Cap for All Sizes

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Ever since we found out last week Baby Knitspot is a boy, I’ve had the urge to buy little man clothing. I’ve also had the urge to cast on something new and quick. Fall will be here before we know it, so I thought a nice wooly baby hat would be a perfect knit. Off […]