The Sheep and Wool Festival was last weekend, and it seems like a very long time ago already. I wish I had blogged about it earlier so it would all be fresh in my mind, but I think that the photos and captions do enough to convey what kind of weekend we had. In a nutshell: It was a really nice time.Read More: TWiP: Rhinebeck
So, we’re a day and a half late this week, and I’m ok with that. Instead of spending my Saturday morning writing this roundup, I spent it in a cozy little cabin in Esopus, NY, sipping coffee and getting ready for the Sheep and Wool Festival. Now that I’m back, though, I show you the granny square cowl that occupied my thoughts (and my hook) all week.Read More: TWiP: Vintage Granny Square Vibes
There are yarn balls and swatches littering the family room, and piles of polymer clay work waiting to be carded and priced in the living room.Read More: TWiP: Cluttered brain
My rather long-winded version of how I spent my weekend at the NYS Sheep and Wool Festival.Read More: Rhinebeck Number 4
I will be attempting to buy your love at #rhinebeck #sheepandwool this weekend with a button and a coupon code. Come say hello! #pdcsayhelloRead More: Rhinebeck! Who’s going?
My son and I spent the weekend in New York State, enjoying the Autumn weather and the Sheep and Wool Festival.Read More: Rhinebeck Weekend
My heart was in the right place. What place is that you ask? Why, the place that would have resulted in the second installment of the Yarny Buttons Saga Tutorial being posted here for you on Monday, of course. It seems, though, that my heart was not on the same page as the rest of […]Read More: Autumn in New York
Somehow I found myself throwing a change of clothes in a bag and flying down the highway at 10pm tonight. I was all set to enjoy a typical Friday night: I’d probably brew a warm beverage, put on a British mystery, and knit a few more inches on my Milady vest. But somehow, somehow, I […]Read More: Rhinebeck and Down Cellar