Last week when it was still hot enough to want to wear long sleeves under a tee shirt, K asked for George Washington’s breakfast, as laid out in the picture book by Jean Fritz. Only I was out of cornmeal, so Continue reading Last week it was cold – not today
The Eagle’s Wings Coop board – Heidi is so detail oriented that she worked as an editor before kids. If there is a problem brewing at coop, she can spot it, and articulate it in time for us to do Continue reading What worked in 2016
Illicium is up today in the Twist Collecive! It has complete written instructions as well as complete stitch charts for all three medallion motifs, and a construction schematic with color suggestions and seaming strategy for 6 sizes: Cradle 542yds, 495m Infant Continue reading Cross Post with Christine Guest Designs: Illicium is up!
Last summer Dan announced that he wanted to take me to the New York Sheep and Wool Festival for our anniversary, and reserved us a room before I could object on practical or budget reasons. Dan took off both Friday Continue reading I Got to Go to Rhinebeck a cross post from ChristineGuestDesigns
I’m finally remembering to take photos of my samples myself to put on the project page on Ravelery, not just the photos I paid for on the sales page. K had some ideas of poses she wanted to try out, Continue reading New Patterns Up
We were not disappointed a bit in Juno. I don’t know the official snowfall in Attleboro, but it’s at least 18 inches. The winds were so high, we have drifts and valleys, kind of hard to measure.It’s been quite cold Continue reading Off to city hall once we find the sidewalks
My family attended an “Ugly Holiday Sweater New Years Eve Party” where the hostess gave me her two huge totes of left over yarn from when she decided that knitting was not for her – I feel so rich! Thank Continue reading Collaborating With K, a cross post with Christine Guest Designs
Dan and I got up to the session on insurance at Financial Peace university – Oh boy, that last video montage was a tear jerker. I’m not sure where all the papers are, though I think I know how many Continue reading We interrupt yesterday’s panic list with new projects
You know how I put library fines in the financial category of homeschool? That’s because I know that for every time I return a book a day late and pay $.10, that’s still a living book I didn’t have to Continue reading The Knitted Library Window Watchcap is here
Short answer: Dan. You knew I was going to write that, right? About 3 years ago, we’d settled the basic co-op procedures, and I didn’t know it, but I wanted a new research project. The push came when my friend Continue reading How do I run a micro business…and Homeschool
The Holly Mittens are up for sale now – it’s taken two years to learn enough to write them, when Chaitanya the tech-editor said they were good to go, I asked M and K if I could skip taking them Continue reading The Holly Mittens are Published!
I was reading Dull Roar two weeks ago, and saw the list of handmade costume elements, and showed B the Dracoclava mask. The yarn is so dark green it’s almost black, but I had it in the stash, so the Continue reading I knit one of the Halloween masks