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Can I walk on it?


When we renovated half of our basement into a new family room, I decided to design and knit a rug for it. I knew I needed a sturdy wool yarn for it to stand up to traffic. I chose Valley Yarns Northampton. Having grown up in...

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And the winner is….


Congratulations to Verdi who won a small set of custom labels. Verdi please contact me so that we can create your labels for you. Do you have an idea for a label for your business or personal needs? The are the perfect finishing touch for...

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The Boxy Cardigan that isn’t so Boxy

I finished the cardigan I talked about in my last post. It was so fun to make and it only took me just over a week to finish it. I experimented with fitting it through the waist area with knit one, purl one ribbing as...

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On the needles-First Project of 2014

Happy New Year everyone! I hope everyone had a great holiday season.  I know I did and when our business slowed down for a couple of days, I was able to get some “me” time in which means knitting! Also in this post, our first...

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2013 Comes to an end….

It’s almost the end of 2013. As this year comes to a close, I look back on the New Year’s goals I came up with at the beginning of the year. I have met most of the goals; the biggest and most surprising one was...

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Happy Holidays

I can’t believe it’s already the day before Christmas. This season went by so quickly but it’s  the first year in several that I feel like I enjoyed preparing for it. That is because running our business fulltime I have been able to work from...

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Read All about It!

October was an exciting month for us. Interweave Crochet featured our labels on their Holiday Gift List page in the Accessories Issue. It hit newsstands on October 25th.  They contacted us in the summer and asked us to send them some samples of our labels....

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Free At Knits End Fingerless Mitten pattern

If you are like me you have a very large  yarn stash. I am always looking for small projects to use up my stash. These mittens are perfect. I love fingerless mittens because I can wear them at my office and still work on my...

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