The knitting force is strong with this one
knitwear designer. runner. yarn enthusiast. vegetarian. fan of books . . . and animals.
When yarnbombing first started happening, I was super excited about it, because I love crocheting and the occasional knitting, and yarn is just great. Just seeing yarn crafts makes me happy.
But after a while, yarn bombing stuff starts to look really, really gross. Because, you know, weather. It…
Words of wisdom on YARN BOMBING.
Progress happens before you know it. Put in the time, and the rows and rounds add up.
A long weekend of knitting, birdsong-filled walks among the trees, homemade pie, and a bitey fat cat.
A pox on tangled skeins of yarn. Grr!
That feeling of finally finishing a project that seemed to slow time.
Running around erranding—would rather be knitting. #lazySundayWish
I love the turquoise color of the ceiling at Grand Central Station.
Wearing a pop of color for spring—a crocheted long skinny scarf made with leftover (cotton) yarn.
Chilly Friday, so I’m wearing my pair of Autumn Posey Mitts today.