Monthly Archives: August 2015

#35 – A Scrappy Ripple

This is what 28 ounces of scrap balls looks like. That’s sixteen ounces of various Peaches and twelve of Pinks. Emily seems to think that the very orangest of the peaches smells far too Bright! lol. I sometimes use either … Continue reading

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Ripple #34 – The Orange and Yellow One

When I went to the attic to look for an orange yarn that would work as the Op Art Granny’s border I suddenly realized that my charity stash held an embarrassing amount of orange! It was clear that I should … Continue reading

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Changes for the Better

The Salvation Army Store that’s closest to where we live recently advertised that they’ve lowered all their prices. . . “You Asked. We Listened! Check out our New Low Pricing! Clothing From 99¢!” This is Fantastic News as prices were … Continue reading

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Ripple #33 of 2015

Although Purple Mountains’ Majesty does have a little less variegated than the troubled #31, – 19 rows, instead of 22 – surely those 3 fewer rows can’t be the only reason why I like it so much more. . . … Continue reading

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Like a Jigsaw Puzzle

Once I’d finished making the patriotic Perler pins for Independence Day, I wanted to immediately start a larger project, adapting a cross-stitch pattern to beads. Wandering around on-line looking for a suitable free design, I thought these morning glories looked … Continue reading

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#32 – A Cool Ripple

Greys: RHSS ‘Light Grey’, Love Knit ‘Grey’, and an unknown charcoal Turquoises:  RHSS ‘Aruba Sea’, a gift from Lisa of TN, RHSS ‘Pale Green’, and Sayelle ‘Lt. Turquoise’ from KMart Plus scraps of black and white Cool Colors All. . .  … Continue reading

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Production Report

Just because it’s been a looong time since I’ve written about the washcloths I knit for students in Haiti – last update was Dec. 4, 2014 – doesn’t mean I’ve stopped making them. It just means that I’m much better … Continue reading

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