Knitting

17 Jul 19
Wausau Pilot & Review

Obituaries are a service of Brainard Funeral Home, with locations in Wausau and Weston. Phyllis Bush Phyllis R. Bush, 91, of Weston died peacefully on July 14, 2019, at Ascension Saint Clare’s Hospital in Weston, Wisconsin. Phyllis was born on July 16, 1927, to the late Roy and Grace (Young) Smith. She married William Bush […]

17 Jul 19
Celtic Cross and Cables

The Irish: be they kings, or poets, or farmers, they’re a people of great worth. They keep company with the angels and bring a bit of heaven here to earth.” This summer, already halfway through, has proceeded much as it had been planned, with two notable exceptions.  I will mention the most recent first.   My father in […]

17 Jul 19
Kim's Story Blog

My First Blog was about mental health trying to build a lot of courage to others who are struggling with issue’s that may become difficult over time which cannot be easy and trying to guide them of not feeling ashamed or scared [as for some people find it extremely hard to cope with]. This Blog […]

17 Jul 19
MADELINE&

Yesterday I finished my first ever pair of knit socks! It was quite the journey. I was inspired to knit socks from the KnitPicks Podcast. Kelley recommended Ann Budd’s book “Getting Started Knitting Socks.” I’d had one failed attempt crocheting socks and I knew that knitting was the way to go. I discovered just how […]

17 Jul 19
BestySells

Price: [price_with_discount](as of [price_update_date] – Details)   State Fusio lines are known for their first-class quality, superior craftsmanship and scalable designs. Each of our luxury products is knitted from the finest cashmere and the finest Inner Mongolia wool, ultra soft and comfortable for every elegant individual. With over 20 years of experience in the cashmere […]

17 Jul 19
The Journaling of Reilly 798

If you would like to make money online like so many people all over the world, then you will want to read good tips to get you started. Each day people throughout the world look for different ways to cash in online, and now you can join those same people in pursuit of internet riches. […]

17 Jul 19
The girl with the braid in her hair

I wake up at 7am after a fun night that seriously lacked in sleep. I pack my bags as quietly as I can and leave the hostel. The streets of Berlin are already full of people heading out for the day and I debate with myself on whether or not I should go to the […]

17 Jul 19
The Journaling of Reilly 798

You can learn quite a bit about making money online if you have good information first. Here you’re going to learn what goes into this so that you can use this to your advantage. If this sounds interesting to you, the only thing you should do now is read through the tips here. One great […]

17 Jul 19
Sew Chicmum Knitz

It’s been very hectic at work these past weeks, so much that I’ve had time for very little in the evenings except to eat and sleep. I’ve gone from almost always knitting during my commute to not even getting a seat on the train, not to talk of knitting. I must confess though that I’ve […]

17 Jul 19
beth whiteside design

Knitters can make any project lacy by working with needles much larger than what the yarn at hand calls for. The space in the center of any stitch will be the size of the needle, and the strands of yarn that form the loop will expand and contract as you stretch the fabric. But real […]

17 Jul 19
Stories of Our Boys

Sometimes I wonder if this is truly my ONLY area of expertise: moving. I’ve literally moved about 18 times in my life, most of those as an adult. And every once in a while we do the truly life-changing kind of move– the kind where you move to a place you’ve never lived before where […]

17 Jul 19
Joanna Booth's Designs

My Nice Cup of Tea Shawl is progressing well and I’m at that stage of wondering how long do I keep going? How long is a shawl? My first thought was to remember how long my very first pattern was, the Great Ocean Road shawl, but that was in 4ply in a very silky 430-yard […]