Category Archives: knitting history


I heard this quick interview with Christopher Tierney, the stuntman who fell during a performance Spider-Man Turn Off The Dark, and I want to share. This man was seriously injured exercising the art he knows, and he can not wait … Continue reading

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I have big holiday knitting┬áplans. I know I am not alone. I also know that it is okay to actually knit some of these items during the vacation, so that I can fit in a few hours of sleep before … Continue reading

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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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