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Stitching Season is upon us!

Sunday morning was most glorious. Purl and I sat on the deck enjoying the cooler temps and knitting. (Okay, I might be exaggerating it a bit. Purl rarely rests when outside. I mean seriously, everything moves thus kicking in her…

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The value of service

I’m sitting here at my kitchen table and every few minutes I catch the scent of my birthday roses that my hubster, Joe, gave me last Thursday. He proudly brought them into the studio to surprise me. Was I surprised?…

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A fresh (re)start

All I can say is, thank goodness I embrace change. I love fresh starts. Since we moved right before the whole Stay Home order, I wasn’t able to really open the studio with the grandiose celebration I had planned for…

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Holiday Stitching?

Don’t raise your hand but how many of you are working your fingers to the bone getting your holiday gift stitching done? I am now. I had vowed to get all my gifting done early so I could focus on…

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Process or Project Maker?

Not too long ago, there was a conversation at Open Stitch about two different kinds of stitcher, a process stitcher or a project stitcher? Truthfully, I’ve been stewing on that ever since. Do I really know what that means? How…

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It’s Sweater Weather!

This is it. It’s about time. And I’m ready for it! Well, almost. I’m currently at the start of the second sleeve on my Ursa. One more episode of Ken Burn’s Country Music and it should be complete. My Hatdana…

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I have startitis…

...and I have it bad. Last week, I started not one but three hats in one day. I still have a sleeve to go on my Ursa sweater, but these were calling me. Seriously. It must be the cooler mornings.…

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How to Publish a Pattern

Do you know the steps it takes to put out a good pattern? Of course, you must come up with an idea for your pattern. That just goes without saying. You can either write your pattern and then make it…

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Follow your passion!

Last week, I received a very welcome surprise visit from Jan Emerick, the owner of the now closed Knitter’s Mercantile and most importantly my past boss and mentor. Jan owned the Merc for 10 years before retiring and passing on…

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June is busting out all over!

And so is the conversation about hand-knit garments and patterns! Looks like we are not the only ones concerned about the lack of sizes in sweater patterns.  Users took to social media to talk about the inclusion of larger sizes in…

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