Monthly Archives: July 2016

There and back again

It’s been several years since I was on the east coast of Canada (something I should really try to correct more often), and it was a good time. I got to catch up with a knitter friend, see lots of green spaces (and a bit of rain, something practically foreign to southern Ontario right now, […]

Business as usual

Summer movie season has been going pretty well for my knitting – it means I get to knit the boring socks in my handbag while I watch movies! Of course occasionally this also means I end up making a terrible dropped-stitch mistake during said experience, and have to fix it afterwards. Actually I feel less […]

The granny square update

I’ve been working away on the remaining granny square borders over the last few weeks – somewhat irregularly, admittedly, and yet persistently – and two¬†things have become clear to me: The borders actually go by pretty quickly once you sit down and make yourself do a few of them at once. There’s no way I’m […]

Long weekend results

If you’re representing for the knitterly parts of North America, you also just put the wrap on a holiday weekend (we had our holiday on Friday, ‘Murricans on Monday), so I hope that means you got in a bit of knitting time with a relaxing beverage. On Friday I finished the last few rounds of […]