Wired

I’ve spent the past couple of days coming up with some wire holiday projects to submit to Melanie Falick for consideration in her newest book. Much of it is wire, and I’ve been doing some rather funky stuff. I can’t go into it in great detail, but I will say that double knitting with wire has occured, and it’s not as scary as I thought it would be!

Magknits Countdown – 2 Days!

I continue working on what will be a GORGEOUS jacket for Spirit Trail Fibers – worked up in Tussah Silk and Mohair in amazing Autumn colors.

I’m also doing an edit of my book so far – oh, boy, was I on crack when I was writing some of that stuff? It’s incomprehensible! Actually, because of the cut and paste nature of trying to meld the book together there’s repetition where it’s not useful, and that’s the major problem.

I have a lot of work ahead of me on this!

My review of The Passion Of The Christ will be up at Interfaithfamily.com very soon. I was asked to write a review along with my husband – sort of an interfaith Siskel & Ebert. Reporters from the Christian Science Monitor & Washington Post were given my contact info from the editors at IFF and called me to chat about how an interfaith parent would approach the topic of the movie with her kids. I’m interested to see how accurately I was quoted!

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I knit weird and I enjoy showing others how to find the joy and intuitiveness within their OWN knitting! We don't knit to make THINGS, we knit to make OURSELVES HAPPY!

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