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I’m aware ‘mistressed’ not a real word, but I like to use it. Seriously, what is the percentage of women vs. men who are reading this right now?
I like to think in terms of ‘mistressing’ a technique, it’s one of my idiosyncrasies that make me so – what? – loveable? Irascible? Lovably irascible? Continue reading
When Robyn Chachula asked me to be part of her book, Unexpected Afghans, I jumped at the chance. For the record, WHENEVER Robyn asks me to do anything I jump – I love her that much! I love working both … Continue reading
False division compels folks to fight with each other, and when people take sides, they become engaged and they’ll buy papers or watch TV shows that support their position. Continue reading
I’ve written and rewritten this next sentence to make it more poetic, but there’s no need; everything I want to say about Crochet Stitches Visual Encyclopedia is contained in the following 8 words…
IF YOU LIKE TO CROCHET, GET THIS BOOK! Continue reading
I’ve been quiet for more than a week, my reason is not-great health and maybe a touch of laziness. And, ironically, being very busy with submissions and figuring out patterns for a few upcoming designs. I’d write in detail about … Continue reading
Crochet For Bears To Wear is NOT a child’s book, although anyone who can crochet would enjoy working up the patterns. It does, however, have such a wide ribbon of whimsy running through it that it would engage anyone. Continue reading