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Category Archives: Philosophical
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
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
Because, as my mom said, “If you assume the best, the worst you’ll look is a fool. If you assume the worst, you could look like a bitch. And I’d rather look like a fool than a bitch.” Continue reading
A deep, broad river of apprehension runs through my life, fed by tributaries of dread, terror and panic. Continue reading
Submitting designs to a magazine is a time consuming process. Every designer is different, but for me most of the work is research; looking up current fashion trends, experimenting with stitch patterns to create fabric with the right drape, spending time looking at compelling images from nature, science, the arts – anything that can get my mind moving. Continue reading
We drove home from San Diego, a whirlwind trip (a little TOO whirlwind when I ended up getting a speeding ticket; everyone in the car agrees that there were MANY cars going faster than I was, but we had the … Continue reading
For folks who are against regulating firearms or the owners, I would draw your attention to the first few words of the second amendment: “A well regulated militia…” Continue reading
The winner of the book, Pure Wool: A Guide to Using Single-Breed Yarns, is cinderellen (and I didn’t even look at her blog link before I chose her, but apparently she likes cycling and knitting – she must be great!) … Continue reading