Category Archives: family

What are your superheroine names?

Hello good people of the fiber and yarn world! This weekend I have a special treat: a follow-up interview with Adache and Marce–the Dyenamixx Yarn duo mom and daughter team. You asked . . . and they answered! They even … Continue reading

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It’s Time to Come Back Home

Hello blogger world. I’m back. It’s the end of my summer and the beginning of a new academic year and I am ready to dust off the blog and get to some writing. You all have given me so much … Continue reading

Posted in community, family, fiber, friends, homespun, stash, summer, Uncategorized, unexpected, yarn | 8 Comments

My Great-Grandmother’s Crochet

Found among my treasures this weekend was a small roll of tissue paper containing my great-grandmother’s crocheted doilies. I gingerly unrolled the lot and found them to be in excellent condition–a testament to her and certainly not to my storage … Continue reading

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Coming Home to Crafting

This Sunday I left the house for a walk–much as I do every morning. After a nice stroll with some friends around the town, I returned to find something lovely: my partner and my son engaged in some creative gambits … Continue reading

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