Mariners’ Stitch & Pitch Originally uploaded by plainsight. My son Jay just turned eight months old, and my husband, a big baseball fan, was chagrined to learn that I had taken him to his first major league game last night
Crocheted embellishments and edgings like this one at Anthropologie are all the rage this season. So, it was no suprise when recently a discussion erupted on the Crochet Partners e-mail list about how to make the holes in fabric necessary
My daughter Selma is in Peace Camp this week and she has a very favorite counselor named Ariel who, I’m guessing, is about 15. She wanted to give her a little present on the last day, so I quickly made
My RAOK Picasso Potholder, originally uploaded by plainsight. Have I ever mentioned that crocheters are some of the nicest people on the planet? the folks over at Crochetville have a thread called Random Acts of Kindess (RAOK) where you can
I have a quartet of books to review, so before my stack gets any higher, here goes: Fun and Funky Crochet I like the look and concept of this book better than the execution… Fun & Funky Crochet by Sophie
I jusr received issue #5 of Knit Knit. They describe themselves as “A biannual artist’s publication dedicatd to the intersection of traditional handcraft and contemporary art.” It’s a wonderful zine-style publication with article, interviews and amazing photographs of fiber ART.
John’s Vest, originally uploaded by plainsight. I just mailed this vest off today, it’s for the son of a friend of mine in Princeton. It’s made with two strands of Cotton-Ease and I used the measurements from a vest in
Nothing do do this Fourth of July? How about knitting a flag with 20-foot needles?? David Cole, the artist who created the flag has also knit a 14-foot teddy bear!