This Sunday I was in the mood for a little fall cleaning. I figured I pull my little, tiny stash out and organize while watching football. Well surprise, surprise my “little” stash has gotten a little out of control.
Hello, my name is Katie and I am addicted to knitting….
I sit with my laptop on my lap, coffee fresh from the pot, Pandora playing my David Bowie channel over my tablet, while I look at my phone and find myself thinking of a time before technology. A time where … Continue reading →
Some of you may remember way back in May, when I published about my first, and very successful Yarn Crawl. As I mentioned in the post “I may or may not have purchased some special yarn, for a special project … Continue reading →
Bronson’s journey to destroy all toys continues on. It is tireless and thankless work, but he has excepted his doggy duty with a grace and quietness that is admirable to say the least. The crafty woman who watches over … Continue reading →
Originally posted on Tin Can Knits: Knitters often ask us about our pattern process. I don’t think they are usually prepared for the long list of steps I launch into! So, this is how sausages (ahem patterns) get made here…
For as long as I can remember I have worked weekends. As a massage therapist, the weekends are when you make your money, so it’s just a given. Well recently I transitioned from performing massage to teaching massage. It has … Continue reading →
As I have mentioned, in June of 2014 this ridiculously amazing little bug became part of my life. As a rescue, he came with some baggage. Mostly fear of being hit, not being fed, and not accepting love, as it … Continue reading →
Oh my gosh, it feels like it has been ages since I have blogged. This is such a wonderful experience in perseverance for me personally, and such an amazing opportunity to really appreciate “true” bloggers. I honestly don’t know how … Continue reading →
For at least a year now, I have had a defective oven. While the gas burners have worked well enough, the oven itself has been a constant disappointment. Whether it took 4 hours to get to temperature, never got to … Continue reading →