Celebrating our Friends

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Hi, everyone! I am sure most of you know me or have seen me mentioned on the blog before, but for those of you who do not, I will introduce myself. My name is Erica, and I’ve been working at Knitspot since the Summer of 2012. I started working here with my sister occasionally packing […]

Knitting is Hard?

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Knitting is hard, well yes, sometimes. Kim (a dear friend) taught me to knit about 5 – 6 years ago (maybe longer), at the time she living in San Diego, we would visit amidst the doldrums of winter in Ohio. Such visitations are the perfect tonic for the long Ohio winters, a nice respite as […]

what keeps you warm?

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oooh, is it cold and blustery out there. and it’s supposed to continue through the weekend, brrr. luckily, we know how to stay cozy and create a little spring inside to cheer us up. i know orchids are kind of joke with some people but i love them. they bloom at just the right time […]

krokos blooms

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well, that spring weather didn’t last . . . winter has finally hit our area, with temperatures plummeting down to the teens, wind howling, and snow flying—albeit, for the first time this winter. but we are managing to stay cozy here, warmed by folds of our delicious better breakfast DK worked up in my new shawl design—Krokos, which was published in the […]