Yesterday I attended my first in person Sheep and Wool Festival since October, 2019, almost 2 years ago. I’ve missed these wonderful festivals terribly. My last trip before the pandemic began was to Asheville for the SAFF festival. I wrote about it HERE. This weekend was my local show, the New Jersey Sheep and Wool… Continue reading Finally A Sheep and Wool Festival
This lovely yarn is waiting for me to knit something wonderful. Yarn is Delicious Yarns in Blueberry/Mint and Banana Chocolate Chip. Will it be socks, gloves, a scarf? I can’t decide so in the meantime, I just enjoy admiring it!
Having a new skein of yarn is such an exciting event. The color and texture, the possibilities of what I will knit with it. Before the knitting can begin, the skein needs to be wound into a ball. Now one would think that with all the knitting that I do, I would have a… Continue reading Adventures in winding yarn
My Pinterest Board of Creative Skills to Learn has a photo of the Cricket Loom on it. I’ve been admiring this loom for several years and wanted to add weaving to my creative activities. Finally, I was able to take a class at the Knitty Gitty last week. It was actually two classes. The first… Continue reading I Learned to Weave
The last 12 months have been filled with tremendous change in my life and it shows in my knitting projects. I spent the last few days trying to regroup my yarn and projects in an attempt to remember where I left off when the chaos began and to refocus my knitting. I started by going… Continue reading Updating my Ravelry Queue
This week’s yarn is Sirdar Blosson Chunky.
Yarn in this photo is Lana Grossa Magdalena Olympia.
I purchased this wonderful yarn on my trip to Block Island for a Knitting Retreat in 2015 and I’ve been searching for just the right pattern to knit gloves for myself. The yarn is 40% Cashmere and 60% Super Fine Merino and the color is called Summer Ocean. I finally found the ideal pattern for… Continue reading Knitting Gloves for Myself
This week’s photo is Adriafil Knitcol yarn purchased on vacation in England.
Today’s photo features Plymouth Yarn Dreambaby Paintpot. Ideal for newborn hats.