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Mittens for Maine and Cornerstone Retreats. Please do not feel pressured!
Karen of Seven Sisters Arts Yarn has graciously offered to do an indigo dyeing workshop at Knitting Pipeline Maine.
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|Dangling Conversation by Mindy Ross
|Yarn is Wolle's Yarn Creations Color Changing Cotton
Dangling Conversation by Mindy Ross
|Baby Boots by Frankie Brown
I did a picot bind off to resemble fringe on a moccasin.
These were time consuming, as many booties are. There is a seam along the bottom of the foot so they are best for smaller babies.
I used Quince & Co Finch (fingering) in Bird’s Egg and Iceland.
Intriguing design. Pattern is written as if it is still a mystery knit. Fabric is on the bias. You either have to twist yarns and carry up the side or have a lot of ends to weave in.
There seems to be a proliferation of ways to protect us from our needle points.
Kitchen Counter Crafter—DPN wallet
MakeThisFromThat.etsy.com by Kathleen Kibblehouse.
Needle Wallet—Kathleen sent me one and I ordered two along with the Cord Keeper.
|Needle Wallets. On left Kitchen Counter Crafter. On right MakeThisFromThat. Both on Etsy
|Needle Wallet from Kitchen Counter Crafter
|Needle Wallet from MakeThisFromThat
|Cord Keeper from MakeThisFromThat
In the Pipeline
Prefect Retreat Shawl by Susan B Anderson
Men’s socks out of Fiber Story yarn I purchased at Stitches Midwest.
Go Set a Watchman by Harper Lee. Sorry but I can no longer recommend.
Eventide by Kent Haruf. Sad to find out that author died in the fall of 2014.
The Rosie Effect by Graeme Simsion
- The Theory of Everything
- Gone Girl
- Suits Season 1
Have a great week, haste ye back, and hold your knitting close.