Last, but Not Least

I really do love being a part of the Three Waters Farm Ravelry Group because there is always inspiration, there’s always something happening. January and February this year — like last year — the group is doing an SAL + KAL focused on Susan Ashcroft, or Stitchnerd, Designs. Susan is a master of potato chip […]

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New Beginnings for March

I’ve been in a bit of a rush lately to finish some things up because I knew that March would be a deluge of new beginnings, spurred largely by a couple new -Alongs I’ve helped organize. Of course that means that once again I’ve got a stack of FOs that I need to share with […]

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Surprise, Surprise: A Completed Pair of Mystery Socks

As you’ve probably noticed, it’s very true that I love trying new things. New dyers, new bases, new colors — if it’s new-to-me I’ll usually try anything at least once in my crafting. In fact, I think my drive to try new things in my craft-life is part of what makes me as prolific as […]

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Friends of Knitting Sarah Ravelry Group Updates

Socks with Sarah started Wednesday & I have been b-u-s-y getting everything up & running smoothly over on the Ravelry group. While our official start date has come & gone, please know that I’m happy to honor an open enrollment policy — just hop over and join up if you’re interested. We’ll be happy to […]

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All About Socks: Helpful Tools

As the days & minutes count down to the official launch of the Socks with Sarah KAL, I have to admit that I am getting really, really excited. I am working very hard these days to get the word out to as many as possible before the big day. If you have any favorite dyers, […]

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All About Socks: Needle Basics

Already on the Socks with Sarah Ravelry thread there has been a fair bit of discussion about method & needle choice for sock knitting. Like everything in knitting, we all have our favorites. There are those who prefer magic loop or two circular needles and there are those who prefer the good ‘ol fashioned double-pointed […]

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