This just in from the folks at Knitty Gritty:
CALL FOR KNITTERS – 1/07
Screen Door Entertainment’s TV show Knitty Gritty is looking for uniqueknitting groups, individuals, or events to profile in an upcoming one-hourspecial for the DIY Network. We are looking in the Los Angeles area ANDNATIONWIDE!!!! We’ll be taping this special throughout 2007, and we’ll . . . → Read More: Call for Knitting Groups
Travel Slippers Originally uploaded by plainsight.
I love flying. Last night, I had a five-hour flight, and after 2 hours, I had knitted my way through all the UFOs I brought with me, and I didn’t feel like starting something new, so I wrote up a few patterns . . . → Read More: On Travel
My brother wrote a fun post about a new “messiness movement.” I have to say I agree with . . . → Read More: Yes to Mess?
Tasty Diner with Kim and Shannon Originally uploaded by plainsight.
This fall when Kim and Shannon came to town for their book tour, Shannon snapped a few pictures. She just sent this one to me.p.s. Shannon was on HGTV last night spinning dog hair for an episode of . . . → Read More: Tasty Diner with Kim and Shannon
project preview Originally uploaded by plainsight.
This fall I completed a project for Amy Swenson’s felting book that was a labor of love–a toddler’s felted varisty jacket. It took a very long time to complete, but I loved it.Just before Christmas, I was speaking to Amy’s editor about . . . → Read More: Sneak Peek
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Here’s the bag I spoke about . . . → Read More: Carpet Bag
I received some lace-weight yarn to review this summer at TNNA, and since my friend and fellow blogger, Hannah, is much more of a lacemaker than I am, she graciously agreed to try out the yarn and write the review!
Hannah says, in her first paragraph:
“Yarn Place produces beautiful yarns. Coming in a wide range of colors, . . . → Read More: Yarn Place Yarns
Last month we had a lot of work done on my car–an almost 7-year old VW Passat with 80,000 miles on it. The work was expected, but expensive, and our repair-guy, Johnny at Takoma Auto Clinic, was friendly and fair and even gave us a bottle of wine to help soften the $3000 blow.
On Saturday night, . . . → Read More: Not so random acts of kindness