Anyone who has ever visited my apartment can have no doubts. I am nuts about fiber. It is everywhere. Well practically everywhere. There is none in the bathroom – otherwise I might never come out of there. The kids bedroom used to be a fiber free room too. But no more. While I do not risk keeping my yarn there, DD #1 is getting serious about her stash and DS #1 is working on his newer ending hat. It is newer en
We are few! We are brave! We are determined ( or is it demented? )! We – are the Kamikaze knitters. Some may say we are foolish, some may say there is no need for our bravery, but we know – this is our Way.You might ask, who is this “Kamikaze knitter”, person? Here is how you will know her or him.This is the knitter that will knit a dress out of fragile and, yes expensive alpaca yarn for a bab
Here are my latest acquisitions from the Maryland Sheep and Wool. There is another garbage bag full of stuff that currently visiting Maggie. As soon as it gets here we’ll add it contents to the slide show. The first photo features a cone of worsted “Wool out of Wales” that I am very proud of. It took three years for me to catch it, every year i was just a little bit late, this year I got it. So, her
Here is a slide show made possible by my computer savvy, camera-wielding and all around wonderful DH. Eli – thank you. To start click on the arrow inside the picture. If you wish to watch it in full screen click on the bottom right corner.
OK, with the Maryland Sheep and Wool so close I have joined some people on Ravelry and declared Moratorium on any knitting related purchases until the festival. I am beginning to think it was not a good move. I have not bought yarn in a while, I think about a month or so. I was saving the money for the S&W and had no real problem with “yarn abstinence”. All was well. But I am about to crack. Since I j