Make Way for Cotton!

Posted on 5 CommentsPosted in book reviews/events, lace/shawls, projects, yarn and dyeing

The yarn we have been waiting for is here! Organic color grown cotton in Lace, Sport, and Worsted! We all have been chatting about a summer Knit A Long with cotton for months. And we knew Ecobutterfly was the first yarn on the list! Anne fell in love with their cottons when she designed Wandering […]

little harvest

Posted on 7 CommentsPosted in designing, food and garden, projects

i couldn’t help myself—i picked a half dozen or so of these baby summer squash so we could cook them into our eggs. and the pepper had gotten so long it was touching the dirt, so i grabbed that too; we don’t want any slugs to get the first one, now do we? our squash […]

wheaten cap and mitts

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this pattern has actually been ready to roll for some time, but we held back to dither about all the publication choices; we love it so much, we wanted the presentation to be perfect. we considered waiting until we had a sample knit in each of our yarns, plus the new cottons arriving for summer. […]

felt like recycling

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it’s been quite rainy here for the last few days; some parts of our region are experiencing heavy flooding, in fact. thankfully for us, it translates only to more mowing and weeding time as the garden sucks up all that water and turns it into something green. i can’t get over how fast everything is growing […]