Since I work from home, the UPS truck is a frequent visitor to our house. And since I absolutely detest shopping and do nearly everything I can online, that only adds to his frequent visits. Honestly, he's part of the family. But still there is a sort of giddy excitement that fills me when the truck pulls up of late.
The Feather & Fan sock went bowling with the family this week. It was the twins’ birthday and they deserved a fun day out. I don’t know if it’s a Michigan thing, or a winter thing, or a Midwestern thing or what, but people bowl quite a bit in the winter ‘round these parts.
A couple of days ago I was at a "sit-n-knit" and we got to talking about knitting style. As I was working on the Fair Isle Socks, it was pointed out that I knit "wrong". You see, I knit all projects worked in the round, inside out. I was amongst a minimum of 10 other Knitters and was
Since I am the type of person who jumps in head first, it was only natural that I would choose a complex pattern as my first blog project. I chose the super cute, fun, Fair Isle Socks from the Socks in the City pattern book.
There's something you should know about me. I'm a very methodical person. I enjoy calendars, spreadsheets, lists, charts and graphs. This trait sometimes hinders more than helps me. For example, I waste about 5 minutes of knitting time each day calculating how long each pattern repeat of my Feather and Fan socks is and how many days it
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