Fairbanks, Finished

On the first of the year, I started a sweater. It seemed fitting that I was knitting a bulky sweater since I was leaping into 2018 in a wood-heated one-room cabin during the coldest week of the year with temps rarely getting above 0ºF. At the very least, my Fairbanks in Quince & Co Ibis […]

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A Tale of Many WIPs

My last post was about an FO, so it seemed only fitting that this one be about WIPs. For those not familiar with the term, a WIP is a “work-in-progress” whereas an FO is a “finished object”. As you might guess, I’ve usually got a few WIPs going. It just so happens that today I […]

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Hey Ho FO

An Instagram spinning friend coined the hashtag #heyhofo on one of her finished projects a while back and it’s become a thing. Not like a worldwide, viral kind of thing, but a thing that brings at least the two of us great joy. OK, I don’t know that for a fact. It brings me great […]

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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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Thawing Winter into Spring

The sun is popping out in fits and spurts today despite constant snow flurries. While it’s true that we are fairing much better than our friends on the east coast as we begin the slow and steady process of edging out of winter and into spring, the Feb-blah-ary feeling I wrote about last month remains […]

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