Miss Grace Shawl Revisited

At the beginning of October I introduced a new project I was working on, the Miss Grace Shawl from Skeino. Using a newly developed technique dubbed ‘tapestry knitting’ I got started straight away on this knit. ‘Tapestry knitting’ uses different combinations of ‘half forms’ and ‘whole forms’ to create this really flowy, wholly unique fabric. […]

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Nerds!

One of the things that happens when you become a parent is that you change the exclamations you use. I was never much for cursing, but I still cleaned up my act a lot when my kids come along. These days, the most common expression I use in frustration or when something goes wrong is, […]

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A Rather Long Haul

Usually I’m pretty good at staggering my WIPs and SIPs so that I’ve got a good mix of both quick and longer term projects in the works. It’s a great way to not get bogged down, to keep the forward momentum that is so important to keeping the spinning & knitting mojo in a good […]

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Oh, What a Week!

As so often happens in my little world, my week did not unfold according to plan. Like so many, Mr Knitting Sarah works long hours in the lead-up to and during the holidays and because our schedule can revolve around his, it does just that. Our family time is a priority so when it makes […]

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The Miss Grace Fixation + *Special Offer*

A couple weeks ago I got an email asking if I’d be interested in trying out a kit from Skeino that uses a new technique called “tapestry knitting.” As you know, I really love variety and trying new things so I took a quick look at the Miss Grace shawl kit… And it was so […]

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