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Sunday I spent Mother’s Day with my darling daughter and two great friends at Shepherd’s Harvest in Lake Elmo, MN, doing a book signing and making some fun purchases. I also got to be part of the Homespun Journey Podcast, which was great fun! It’s always great to meet a passionate fiber lover! Continue reading
I’ll be signing books on Sunday at noon at Shepherd’s Harvest, I’ll have several of my books, including my newest (History on Two Needles) and I’ll be able to take credit cards (but hugs are just as good!) Continue reading
When I see all of the news about Craftsy, the classes my friends are teaching, the Twitter and Facebook posts, I’m both very happy for my friends whose classes are doing well, and very sad that I’m not in their ranks. Continue reading
If I happen to see you at Yarn Over and drag you into a corner and ask you to give me 15 words on what excites you, please play along – I’d appreciate it! Continue reading
Here’s a brief tutorial on mistressing* a satin stitch flower which can easily become a pansy (or a rose, or daisy, or some other flower!) Continue reading
As anyone with a soul, I hate this. I hate the wanton destruction of human life, the attitude that “My political point (whatever that may turn out to be) is more important than your son’s life or your left leg.” Continue reading
A bit about the yarn acquisition portion of a commissioned hand knit/crocheted design – enjoy! Continue reading
I promise I’ll never sell, giveaway, trade or reveal any of your information, and I further promise to NOT inundate you with emails. I don’t send a lot, usually when I have something to say. Continue reading
It’s widely known that I love hats, and ANY book that brings more folks to the hat-loving fold is absolutely dandy with me! Continue reading