Monthly Archives: February 2017

No dust on these needles

The year 2016 saw me finishing my epic sock yarn granny square blanket, which let me tell you I am glad to have finished and draped over my couch. It’s an awesome thing to have completed. The downside of this epic pursuit is that in 2016 I finished very little else of significance. I did […]

Finished object: Smoky Lake cardigan

Finishing a sweater, with time to spare to wear it in the current winter season, is a pretty awesome thing, my pals. I cast off this guy a couple of days ago and after a wash and generous blocking/drying time (bulky wool does take its time to dry), it was ready for the final step […]

The view from the almost-finished line

So, whenever there is an unseasonably warm spell during the middle of winter, you know how there are some people who complain that it doesn’t really feel like winter when it’s so warm and there’s no snow? Friends, I am one of those jerks. I am the asshole who hates to see +7C and mud […]

Book giveaway, and onwards

Thanks everyone for your lovely comments on the Tudor Roses book in my last post. I’m back to say we have a giveaway winner – Congratulations, Vera, you’ve got a message waiting for you in your email. I drew random number #97 and this corresponded to your posted comment. Thank you everyone for your draw […]