it’s time . . .

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old man winter is a sassy thing isn’t he? thinks he can get us down by thumbing his nose at us one last time as we show him out the door—HA. yes, we woke to quite a little scene this morning, after half a week of sunny, lovely weather. still, i can’t complain—spring is coming at […]

east meets (mid)west

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awww, i just came across this picture when i was downloading blog photos from my camera; don’t you just love baby clothes? they are so cleverly cute, they cannot be resisted. of course, only a baby could wear them and only for a few months—which is just the point, haha. while we were visiting, james and diana […]

Designer Spotlight Post: Jen Hagan

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  You’ve probably seen at least one of her designs under Figheadh Yarnworks or Mirth Designs.  This Pacific North-Western based knitwear designer is cropping up everywhere.  Her classic designs, like the cardigan pictured above, and her Herbage beanie – are suddenly catching knitters eyes.     “The Herbage Beanie seriously started about four years ago as an […]

baby, you got it

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baby eli is definitely a morning person—all smiles over his breakfast today. yesterday was a travel day and holy cow—look at the sky as we drove east. i feel as if i haven’t seen that color in months. in fact, this post will be brief because david and i are in maryland visiting james and diana’s family […]