Monthly Archives: November 2010


I have a wonderful family, and together we had a nearly perfect Thanksgiving Vacation. Here’s some of the highlights: Thursday morning we picked up Cam at a sleepover reunion with his best buddies. Then we hopped onto Route 2 for … Continue reading

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From The Knitting Archives

My Grandmother was a wonderful knitter. My dad once told me that she had a special clamp she attached to her thigh that would hold her book so she could read and knit at the same time. Here she is … Continue reading

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New Meets Old

I was looking in this neat history book the other day when I saw the sweetest picture.It reminded me of how jealous I’ve been of my friends Kris and Susan V.‘s beautiful little shawls and capelettes they’ve been whipping up. … Continue reading

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The Appearance Of Industry

“Now comes what I perhaps inflatedly call my philosophy of knitting. Like many philosophies, it is hard to express in few words. Its main tenets are enjoyment and satisfaction, accompanied by thrift, inventiveness, an appearance of industry, and above all, … Continue reading

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See The Matching Reds? I’ve been knitting along on my February lady. I love this project. It’s been in my queue for two years, and I’m ┬áso happy I’m finally getting to it. Also, I love the February entry in … Continue reading

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