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Monthly Archives: February 2011
So, this week’s yarn along is a non-starter of sorts. This yarn is the gorgeous Kaffe Fasset Regia 4-ply. I swapped it on Ravelry for a pattern, and quite happily most of the exchange went to a Haiti relief fund. … Continue reading
Received a new skein of wool in the mail today – Regia Kaffe Fassett in Landscape Fire. This photo is Reynolds Soft Sea. It’s too dark now to shoot the Regia, but hopefully I’ll be able to show off the … Continue reading
Since being inspired to begin this blog as a record of my crafting, I am so excited to include here my first entry of Yarnalong with Ginny of Small Things. Her blog is lovely, her children are lovely, her photography … Continue reading
Last week, my very first order of wool from Quince and Co. arrived in the mail. And boy, was it fun to open! Like Christmas all over again, in my opinion. Nestled in the plain brown box was the new … Continue reading
It’s Sunday, and time for a little selection of Etsy finds. The theme this week is the oh-so-lovely fabric that is on everyone’s minds at the moment: linen. Sure, it might be middle of February and a continual -14 C … Continue reading
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