Peony season ended in an explosion of pink petals on my kitchen counter. I always want more time with these gigantic blooms. I must say, though, when they’ve decided they’ve had enough, they self destruct magnificently, in voluminous piles, photogenic in their own right.Read More: TWiP: Peony Petals
This week saw the return of things that have been scarce in the year of the pandemic: family parties and head colds. One of those things I missed, and one I did not 🙂Read More: TWiP: Fore!
So, what is This Week in Pictures? It’s a roundup of the microblogging I’ve done on Flickr and Instagram all week. This includes photos I shot for Project 365 and any other extra images I may have posted. Photos taken with 📷 (Canon EOS 80D) or 📱 (Samsung Galaxy S7). Ready? Cast your mind back […]Read More: TWiP: Yarnbombed
You’ll see from the photos that candles and fresh baked quickbreads were a part of my week, though you can’t tell that I was listening to a “Choral Chill” playlist on Spotify almost constantly while I was at work. (I didn’t make it, I’m just a fan.) There’s something so Autumnal to me about a choir of voices with minimal accompaniment, especially when I can’t understand a word they are saying 😜. It’s like cozy white noise.Read More: TWiP: Essential Elements of Autumn
Dark and rainy all week!Read More: TWiP: Rainy Day Vibes
To make a button placket, you must knit flat for several rows, overlap the first and last stitches of the row, and join for working in the round. Here’s how.Read More: Knitting a shoulder button placket
I’m pleased to announce the birth of my new knitting pattern 🙂Read More: New Pattern: Everyday Baby!
I seem to be able to think of nothing other than knitting Everyday Cardigans in All. Of. The. Tiny. Sizes. lately…Read More: My mind’s single track