Baah Humbug!

Exactly 10 days ago I cast-on a project I’d been planning on casting-on quite literally for years: Christmas socks for my family. I started with the most intimidating pair, my son’s. He’s 12 and wears size 11.5 men’s shoes and I had fingering weight yarn and I knew I needed to work from the toe-up. […]

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Forward Progress Through Frogging

I awoke to a winter wonderland again this morning, with soft snowflakes falling gently to the ground. With 2-3″ of fresh snow, it’s so much fun to watch the birds fly into our beautiful snowy yard. Bird nerds that we are, we’re loving the much wider variety of birds that come in to our feeders […]

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And The Winner Is…

I hope you’ve enjoyed the showcase of the awesome Three Waters Farm yarn I’ve shared with you the last couple of days as much as I’ve enjoyed knitting these projects up. Perhaps you’ve been inspired to try it out — I really do hope you have and that you’ll pop into the Three Waters Farm […]

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Storm’s End, Self-Striping Version

As promised, today I am going to tell you a little more about this… The Self-Striping Storm’s End from Three Waters Farm and what I did with it. First, the base. This is a fingering weight 4-ply Merino + Nylon 75/25 base. Those who pay attention to bases will know this is a true workhorse. […]

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NEW Hand Dyed Yarn from Three Waters Farm + *GIVEAWAY*

You remember the photos of needles with the yarn just out of view, right? Oh, such a tease was I! A few of you, dear readers, even teased back saying you were going to stop commenting until I shared. Well, my dear friends, today is the day. And I’m so happy to say that not […]

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