Monthly Archive: January 2014

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Snow Day

When I went out on Wednesday morning to photograph the snow that had fallen Tuesday night, the neighborhood had an almost magical quality to it. Schools were closed, businesses were shut down, and everyone...

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Baby Begonia

Rooting a begonia and this leaf just opened. Isn’t it beautiful?

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Knitting as Therapy

In my resolutions for 2014 I vowed to be more personal on this blog. So today, I’m sharing a short note about how knitting is helping me cope with my illness, and this difficult...

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Project Life: 5th and Frolic

I am incredibly excited because this year, I’ve decided to do Project Life! eep! I’ve been wanting to print photos and start documenting my life for a while now. The desire has been floating around...

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Just a small knitting disaster…

A few days ago I was almost done with Pickles‘ Large Ridge Blanket. And now, well, now I’m not. Now I have unraveled the. entire. thing. Such a spectacular frogging must be shared, so today I...

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Resolutions for 2014

I know I’m a little (or maybe a lot) late, but in the spirit of last year’s “blogolutions” I decided to do another resolutions post for 2014. But this year I’m making my list more broad...

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A Look Back at 2013’s Knitting

A few days ago, Karen over at Fringe Association shared a review of her 2013 knitting, and I decided I just had to do the same. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to round up many finished...

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2013: A Few of My Favorite Things

I made this entrelac scarf with four skeins of GGH yarn. It’s 78% cotton and 22% nylon, with makes a really interesting yarn. It feels super light and airy coming out of the skein,...