Monthly Archives: May 2010

150 Days to Go…

I just signed up for a workshop for the NY Sheep and Wool Festival. Third year running for a Friday workshop for me. It’s always a gorgeous drive up and a wonderful, fibery time. I do a lot of things … Continue reading

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Sweet Alpaca Shawl

Last night, I finished my first big shawl on my rigid heddle loom. Previously, I had made scarves. I had never warped the full-length of the loom. I think I was feeling particularly inspired to finish weaving it after going … Continue reading

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Mittens in May

When I say that cast-on-itis has hit, I mean it. I don’t know why I get so rejuvenated about knitting in the spring. I lag in the depths of winter – doesn’t everything lag in the depths of winter? I … Continue reading

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Spring Starts

It really is a season for planning and starting new things. Even though I’m not technically on the academic calendar anymore because I don’t have classes, it still governs life at a university, and I think it’s a natural rhythm … Continue reading

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