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Weekend Favorites

Well, you may have figured out by now that I write these Friday morning posts on Thursday nights. I’d say it might be obvious by the fact that the last few weeks I have been utterly unable to string two words together from all of the distracting activity here in the family room. Tonight, though, […]

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Fit Your Knits

[Note: if you tried to click the link to the class and got an error, please try again. I’ve fixed the problem. Sorry for any inconvenience!] A long long, time ago… [oops, I almost just launched into the first verse of American Pie!] I was given the opportunity to take Stefanie Japel‘s Knit Lab: Fit […]

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Spring Saturn Sweater

The minute I finished Aidan’s blanket, I started this sweater for me. There are a lot of “firsts” for me in this sweater. For instance: the first sweater I ever crocheted the first sweater I’ve made in a cotton/seaweed blend the first multi-colored sweater I’ve made myself So, it’s been satisfying in terms of new […]

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Finishing the hexagon blanket!

Did you think this day would never come? It sometimes feels like that when you work on the same project for so many weeks! But here we are, the body of the blanket complete, perfectly rectangular, and ready for a decorative edge. As you can see above, I chose to do a granny-style border on […]

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Weekend Favorites

I have written and re-written my little introductory paragraph here about fifteen times. Some days, I just can’t seem to string a compelling sentence together. (usually those are the days that my esteemed family is nearby making all manner of noise. ahem.) I suppose it’s a good thing that I don’t really have to write […]

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How to make a straight edge on a hexagon blanket

Last week we covered how to deal with the big gaps on the sides of the blanket by filling them in with half hexagons. Today, we’ll talk about the zig-zaggy edges. By the time we’re done with this step, the blanket will be a perfect rectangle. If you look at the top edge of your […]

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