Category Archives: handwork

Knitwear on North Face

We just watched North Face (2008) for the second time. If you have not seen this German film about climbing the Eiger in the shadow of Nazi Germany, well, maybe you should! But be warned, it doesn’t end well . … Continue reading

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When Homemade Socks Are Normal

Last night, I Kitchenered the toes and wove in the ends on the latest pair of socks for S. Now, don’t get me wrong, he is the most appreciative of knitwear receivers. But . . . handknit socks have been … Continue reading

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Thinking Through Fiber

I saw this video a few days ago and it seemed to encapsulate how I feel about fiber. In this week of first days of school and too many meetings and too little fiber, I may not have many finished … Continue reading

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