Monthly Archives: October 2012

Tunisian crochet

Yet another Craftsy.com class–Tunisian Crochet with Jennifer Hansen.  What a great class!  Nice projects, good patterns, and a stitch dictionary for future use in your own projects.  This a fun technique that has so much variation.  The first project is … Continue reading

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change of plan socks

John likes socks.  He wears his handknit socks year-round, so it is a pleasure to knit them for him.  I started these in Ann Budd’s Diagonal Rib sock pattern from 25 Favorite Socks.  It’s a man’s sock pattern, and I … Continue reading

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more on line classes

Being so happy with my last Craftsy.com class, I couldn’t resist getting Gwen Bortner’s Entree to Entrelac class when it went on sale a few weeks ago.  I’ve done entrelac before, but there were some techniques mentioned in the class … Continue reading

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domesticity

I like it when something that I use or look at in my house every day can have a crafty component.  And it’s even better when freeform can be added to the mix.  So, I was unduly excited to try … Continue reading

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tiny cuteness

I made another modular baby sweater for Cozy.  We sell the pattern for it (it’s my own design) and our sample sold at the beginning of the summer.  The pattern is really fun, if I do say so myself, and … Continue reading

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Craftsy.com

This summer I finally took advantage of the Craftsy.com class I bought at the beginning of the year.  It’s Myra Wood’s Perfect Fit sweater class.  I’ve taken classes with Myra before at Stitches South in Atlanta, so I knew I … Continue reading

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