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I finally picked up my long forgotten Waves of Grey shawl this past weekend, determined to finish it. I wanted to work with my hands for the sheer fun of it (no gifts or a project for my store Tangled Loops) and the … Continue reading
My crafting crew decided to do a weekend getaway for a craftcation in the woods. It was a weekend dedicated to girlfriends and crafts, good food and drink. We holed up in a delightful cabin, tastefully decorated in hip, mid-century decor, with picture … Continue reading
Some friends and I rented a cabin in the woods along the Russian River in Northern California back in late February (another post to follow with more pics!). We were all getting together purely to hang out and craft the … Continue reading
My sister-in-law sent an adorable photo of the baby in the Baby Blues blanket months ago and I am just now posting the photo (alongside a photo of the finished blanket).
The family went to the Monterey Bay Aquarium this weekend to keep little man D entertained and do a short road trip. I probably hadn’t been there in 10 years and, other than the sea otters and touch pools, had … Continue reading
About two months back, my husband got a text message — our neighbor in Tahoe was kind enough to notice that some animal had ripped ALL the vents off of our cabin. A cabin which we’d neglected and apparently some … Continue reading
I have a new nephew on his way! Or maybe it’s a niece. But following in the steps of his three older brothers, we all think he will be a he. And when I asked my sister-in-law what she wanted … Continue reading
Our craft crew took an excursion into the Mission to watch a crafter in action. Specifically, a weaver. Of gorgeous blankets. His name is Travis Melnolf and he constructed his own loom (you can find his plans here for free) and … Continue reading
I am intrigued with the simplicity of knitting basic shapes and how they can be turned into gorgeous sweaters and cardigans when put together in interesting ways. Brooklyn Tweed’s Inversion Cardigan is one example and the Pimlico Shrug from Knit … Continue reading