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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
Every now and then before one of my classes gets going, or during a break, someone will bring up the eternal question, “Why are there mistakes in patterns?”
And the answer is; Because patterns are made, figured, checked and printed by HUMAN BEINGS. It’s our nature to be imperfect, that’s what makes us human. Continue reading
I’m finishing up my fourth hat this week, and you might wonder why… It’s not a charity hat per se, although I’ve knitted many of those. It’s not exactly a gift, although I know who the intended recipient is. I’m … Continue reading
What I CAN tell you right now is that if you’re interested in my new ONLINE KNITTING MILLINERY CLASS, and are one of the first 50 folks to sign up, I’ll send you a FREE copy of the new, revised Knitting Millinery (a $15 value) Continue reading
Yeah, yeah – I’ll get to Ireland, honest! I just need to push the product today and pay some bills… Continue reading
We’ve sort of been waiting for this, expecting this, for a little over 2 years. We’d almost convinced ourselves that it wouldn’t happen, even as we would take any opportune moment to remind each other (and anyone who would listen), … Continue reading