Monthly Archives: January 2014

Blue Skies

One day, recently (and, really, one day only!), there was this: And lo, it was foretold:  the end of the gray knitting was nigh. Happily, one day last week I happened to get home a little early and had a … Continue reading

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Gray Scenes

1.  Snow shadows. 2.  Ceramic frog in yard. 3.  Another (unblocked)  Who hat and a baby mitten (there is now a pair), knit out of Cascade 220 sport. They say not to knit gray things in winter, but I definitely … Continue reading

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Boycotting Winter

It’s snowing.  WHY IS IT SNOWING?  I don’t really care that it’s January, it’s Massachusetts, these things happen with alarming regularity.  I get it, but no.  After a week of unseasonably warm temperatures, I was ready to wave winter goodbye. … Continue reading

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Knitting is Tiring

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New Year, New Knitting

Between the snowstorm yesterday and feeling the twinges of a cold coming on, I took to my bed along with my knitting and Warehouse 13 episodes on Netflix.  Such an old-fashioned phrase – “I took to my bed” – but … Continue reading

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