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  Many of us are wearing masks when out in public these days.  I can only speak for myself but I find the elastic on the homemade cloth masks to be very annoying to my ears, if not downright uncomfortable. … Continue Reading…

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  As you know, I LOVE making hand knit stuffed animals.  Easter presents an opportunity to create so many lovely, colorful stuffed animals to fill baskets.  We’ve all got a bit a spare time on our hands as we stay… Continue Reading…

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Knitted Easter Peeps (Knit in the round)   Hello Everyone.  Since we all have more time on our hands and are hopefully staying home when at all possible, I’m offering a free pattern to help keep your hands busy.  I… Continue Reading…

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  Love them, I do.   Baby Yoda is all the rage!  I’ve come up with these two designs to make for Christmas orders.  They are very similar.  The first one’s arms are longer and he’s wearing a jacket and… Continue Reading…

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  Free Pattern:  Gnome for the Holidays   This free holiday gnome knitting pattern is quite easy and works up quickly knit flat but creates the most adorable knitted gnomes.  I’ve cobbled together a couple of my favorite gnome patterns… Continue Reading…

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  Gosh, it’s been so long since I’ve posted here!  I’ve been super busy behind the scenes, getting ready to release a new collection of cowls, shawls and scarves.  Simultaneously, we will be releasing a collection of leather cowl and… Continue Reading…

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  It’s finally arrived!  My certificate for completion of Knit Level 1, Certified Knitting Instructor through the Craft Yarn Council’s Certified Instructor Program is here!  Onto Knit Level 2 now – Certified Knitting Teacher.  What’s the difference between instructor and… Continue Reading…

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                                                There’s no such thing as too many hats.   I’m a HUGE advocate of the blue… Continue Reading…

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Stand Up To Bullying  What is #HatNotHate? The #HatNotHate campaign is a “craftivist” movement created to send the message that bullying is unacceptable. With #HatNotHate Lion Brand Yarn hopes to increase awareness on the impact bullying has on children and… Continue Reading…

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  – BETTER LIVING THROUGH STITCHING TOGETHER!   Today, Saturday, June 8th, 2019 is World Wide Knit In Public Day (WWKIP Day) World Wide Knit in Public Day was started in 2005 by Danielle Landes and takes place on the second… Continue Reading…