tidings of comfort and joy

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happy holidays to all! we have much good news to share today and many, many things to be grateful for. first, all of us at knitspot HQ are completely psyched to tell you this: we are SO exploding this fundraiser with a bang!! (and cardigan is much happier about it than she looks—her fixator just gets in the way […]

taking things in stride

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thank you all so very much for your enthusiastic response to my latest design publication—bottoms up booties; i’m so glad you like them. our scholarship fund total was up to $4294.20 last tuesday and i’m pretty sure that with this publication we went over 5K!! i am thrilled beyond measure; we’ve had a tough couple of weeks […]

playing festivus footsie

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now for something warm and cozy for those cold feet . . . bottoms up booties! like i said the other day, nothing fits me better than a quick, cute, giftable project to knit in december and these scrumptious slipper socks are just the thing to round out our red scarf scholarship fund pattern collection this year. with three […]

mayberry cap

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suddenly it’s december 1st and guess who hasn’t started her christmas knitting?? not that this is any different than any other year—i am perennially late getting into the mood. i think i might be addicted to racing to the finish, in fact. which is why i love quick knits for gifts. and if said quick knit […]