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Category Archives: knitting
Satoko Berg’s hobby saves quite a bit of money for the family when she creates items for her husband and boys.
Zombies have been a fascination in pop culture for some time now, from harrowing manifestations in TV show and comic book series “The Walking Dead” and upcoming film “World War Z,” to heartwarming (have you seen the trailer for “Warm … Continue reading
Still in need of presents to give post-holidays? Or learning how to knit? A soap scrubber is a simple and fast project for beginning knitters that also makes for a practical gift. To begin, you’ll need yarn that is 100 … Continue reading
Smart blogger Caryn Rupert is live tweeting from today’s Sheep to Shawl event at the Pennsylvania Farm Show. See the fascinating three-hour process from fleece on a sheep’s back to a beautiful shawl through the eyes of an experienced knitter … Continue reading
The cold weather has crept in and it is officially the time for a thick, warm sweater and pair of socks. But how much did that soft, wooly garment cost you — maybe $10 at Old Navy during its Black … Continue reading
My friend Kevin sent me this cartoon on Facebook. I thought it was adorable. I know how to use chopsticks, but maybe if I’m ever someone’s grandma, I’ll make them a scarf out of lo mein noodles.
When I took some vacation time from work, my husband and I ventured to Philadelphia to wander the city for a day. I wanted to visit the art museum, eat at a restaurant my friend Kevin recommended and, of course, … Continue reading
I received a comment in July from LuannD on my post about my antique crochet hooks. She wrote, “I just received from an 80 year old woman an antique crochet hook, size 14, made by a company named Champion, which … Continue reading
The last time we flashed back to the good ol’ days was in May when I talked about some horrendous sweaters in a Woman’s Day catalog from 1979. Today we’ll travel back in time and knit some groovy hats and … Continue reading
Last August I started a pair of white beaded socks that had a rather complicated-looking lace pattern on them. Now, at the end of “Frog it or Finish it” month, I’m still plugging away. I feel like sock projects deceive … Continue reading