Monthly Archives: March 2016

A Belated Happy Easter to All!

I just received a concerned e-mail from one of my readers, which made me realize that two weeks have slipped by since my last post. First off, I want you all to know that DH and I are both fine. … Continue reading

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The Second Half

Here’s the rest of the yarns the ladies and I pulled from the Big Black Bag. I looked each one up in Ravelry’s data base hoping to find some information about projects people have woven with it. In the process, … Continue reading

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#6 – A Lap Robe

This blankie features the two skeins of James C. Brett Marble MT43 which I received last fall from yarn fairy X. With it I used four miscellaneous shades of blue. It’s a very dark and handsome blanket. A Manly Granny … Continue reading

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News – Some Old, Some New

The cute little Initiation floor looms that the nursing home and I bought back in December had no reeds. So, I ordered a brand new one, an 8 dent, the gauge needed for yarns like RHSS. – I know, shocking, … Continue reading

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Blankie #5 – A Baby Ripple

“Tangerine” and “Punch Fun”, the dainty-looking variegated, are both Bernat Baby Sport, while the soft green is Lion Brand’s Baby Soft “Pistachio”. All from Ann of OK’s gift of last summer. Plus a few rows of white. Peas and Carrots … Continue reading

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