Life Lessons From A Red Fox

Today we awoke to our second snowfall, the first that actually lasted beyond the sun breaking through the clouds for more than an hour. There’s probably still an inch on the ground, but it is melting in the bright sunshine. I really do love winter. As soon as there is snow on the ground, the […]

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A ‘Stylish’ Option

In my last post I shared that I was ready to start my handspun sweater! One more indulgent look at the handspun? Yes, please! Of course, as is old news by this point, I’ve been spinning this yarn to create my own handspun Tecumseh Sweater. As it snowed and rained and sleeted Sunday morning I finally […]

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Second Annual

This past weekend was the WI Sheep & Wool Festival and while I was unable to attend this year, it brought back a lot of truly wonderful memories from my last time there. Last year, if you remember, a large group from the Friends of Knitting Sarah Ravelry Group traveled from near & far to […]

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Where the Birds & Bears Take You

It’s been a while since I’ve shared an outdoor adventure here. Partly because I’ve had a lot of good crafty things going on and also because our family adventure time has been a little more limited lately. When we’ve made the time for gallivanting, I’ve been more focused on being in-the-moment than snapping pictures. In […]

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Today on my needles…

Thanks to a friend’s inspiration, I picked my Fairbanks sweater back up today. Finished the body and now I’m halfway through the sleeves, too. I could be wearing this by the end of the week (if it’s still cold enough to do so!)!

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