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History on Two Needles is moving along VERY well, amazingly well, and I’m astounded at how the outpouring of support (financial and moral) from the Kickstarter was able to kick ME in the butt and get this thing finished! I … Continue reading
Most tech editors I work with are the unsung hero(ines) of any knitting publication, making patterns readable and usable by knitters and getting little more than grief and headaches for their hard work! Continue reading
I’ve set up a Kickstarter page to garner support with a range of rewards for pledging. It’s exciting, and very nerve wracking, to watch the pledges grow and realize that I am required to produce a high quality volume to live up to expectations! Continue reading
So, for anyone who is interested, here’s a free pdf pattern of my wonderful HEN HAT. I worked this up after a trip to England where I fell in love with a flock of chatty chickens. Continue reading
When making a felted bag or even a felted hat, often you just jump in, knit it up (real big!), toss it in the washer and take your chances. However, fulling – felting – a larger garment that is suppose to FIT A HUMAN BODY after everything is said and done, involves a leap of faith. And Math. Continue reading
October will mark an extended period of HOME TIME, and October will be pattern writing month. My current mental preparation before the onset of “Worksheet Wonderland” are like those initial folds in an origami project. (And it allows me to rationalize the time I’ve spent playing sudoku.) Continue reading
But I’m going to get even more serious about keeping my working files on some kind of cloud system so I won’t be completely stymied if I lose the use of my hard drive (or lose my computer, heaven forbid!) I’ll be using google docs more for the kind of work it’s good for, box.net for sharing files, more stuff like that. Continue reading