Category Archives: year-long

Indie Interview: Jen Arnall-Culliford

Hello yarn folk! Last week I had the pleasure of interviewing Jen Arnall-Culliford, who is an amazing designer, editor, and writer! She is the brilliant mind behind the Year of Techniques, a set of patterns and linked tutorials that can … Continue reading

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Cable On! And Help with Cable Corners

As I’ve mentioned a few times, my blanket-a-year project for 2016 is the Stornoway Throw by Anita Grahn. It’s a bit behind (a few other projects took precedence)  . . . but now, I’m back on track and cabling up a … Continue reading

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Blanket Update!

It’s summer and once again, I’m under wool. Maybe it’s the frigid indoor temperatures; maybe it’s my dogged determination; maybe I just have more free evenings in the summer? Whatever the reason, blanket #3 is coming along. The pattern is … Continue reading

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Stashing Time

We have had a few visitors of late–family and friends. And many have taken a tour of the house (so many repairs over the years! it’s an 1890s house after all) and, inevitably, the “yarn room”. Now, I am proud … Continue reading

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One Year, One Blanket

I started a tradition last year, one that I am continuing this year (and every year after, if all goes as planned): one year, one blanket. It’s  a challenge and a meditation. Last year was the Hue Shift Afghan.   … Continue reading

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