back to work for me

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well, it’s not like i wasn’t working, haha, but teaching away from home does excuse me from spending my usual long hours at my desk—i get to move about, knit a bit more, talk to people. once i get home though, i gotta be strict and double my efforts to get back on track. my […]

Wasp and Rose, a BNWs kit

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When Mrs. Lincoln’s Lace was created for the Bare Naked Knitspot 2013 club, Anne knew this yarn would be perfect for other Knitspot patetrns as well. Even before she finished the June club patterns (Empreinte and Feuillage), she knew this yarn was a must to knit up in Wasp and Rose. One of our dear […]

comfort-able me

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here i am in comfort, texas—one of the cutest and quirkiest towns i’ve had the pleasure to visit. seriously, if you haven’t been here, you gotta visit, especially if you knit—comfort also happens to be the home of the tinsmith’s wife, a true “destination” yarn shop. even if you’ve been here before, you’ve got to […]

confection: sweet as can be

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are you ready for cold weather? well we’ve got a delectable offering in five irresistible flavors that will set you up nicely for delivering those quick and cozy winter knits we all look forward to when the wind starts to blow. this is confection, our delicious new worsted weight wool yarn, spun smooth and buttery […]