It must still be winter because I’m all about the knitting ūüôā Curled up in my knitting spot with soft¬†wool running through my fingers, looping the yarn round and round the needles, creating something squishy and warm. ¬†Most definitely a soothing and comforting pastime. When we had our big snowfall in December, I cast on and finished a hat in a few evenings! This one to be specific. ¬†The Barley hat by the lovely team at Tin Can Knits. ¬†It’s… Read more »

We’ve just had the hottest day of the year (so far) pass us by. ¬†However, today is murky and wet… April showers bring spring flowers and all that jazz, so I’m okay! ¬†That hot day just screamed road trip so we decided that it would be the best day to make the short drive south into Washington state and visit the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival. ¬†Only thing is that every Pacific Northwesterner had the same idea as us, hah! ¬†We… Read more »

I could be knitting my fingers to the bone to get my Ravellenics project finished before the Olympic flame is extinguished on Sunday. ¬†However, it looks like I’m going to have to bow out gracefully before the finish line. First, I’ve got to get all of the straggly threads knotted and buried into these coasters before tonight so that they can be shipped out pronto. Sewing these together was quick, it’s the finishing that’s going to take longer. ¬†That said,… Read more »

My mom has this really lovely friend, Jane. ¬†She is always so well put together. ¬†Imagine a taller, Audrey Hepburn, that’s Jane. ¬†Although, she’s lived in Canada most of her adult life, she is still very British. ¬†That accent… love it!!! ¬†Her sense of humor is charmingly tongue-in-cheek too. ¬†An exceptional woman! Jane is a knitter. ¬†I found this out when she saw my son’s modified Rikke hat that I knit him a while ago and she could just “read… Read more »