I answer your questions and give the dirt on what I really wear, why my family didn’t love my knits for years, and I tell many more summer knitting lies. Find…
Today I talk about my sad little fix on the wonkiest blanket ever and we finish up the Stashbusting the New Year make-along with a couple of giveaways. We talk…
Wondering if you’d enjoy hand knits made from Lion Brand yarn? Watch me try on a couple of year’s worth of Two of Wands knitting and crochet patterns, all worked in Lion Brand yarns and hear my review of the experience. There’s also some life talk because I took a little break.
A few weeks ago I found myself doing something I never thought I would do: waiting, literally waiting, at the door for the mailman to deliver a yarn purchase. It’s…
Episode 45 is all about my finished Voyager Hat by Two of Wands, my finished Sunset Highway sweater by Boyland Knitworks, two baby blankets and a my Campfire Blanket Scarf plus a look at Elemental Knits.
In Episode 44 I talk about projects I need to either fix, like my Winston Pullover and personal sweater pattern or things I need to finish like my Floozy Cardigan. We also talk about materialism while I show lots of stuff.
Episode 43 we discuss purging stuff and I share my Holly Jolly socks and other sock designs and the beginning of a granny stripe knit just for me in the scrappy blanket make-along!
In Episode 42 I talk about my giant hand knit socks that I made as stockings and other non-traditional ideas for celebrating Christmas you all gave me while our home is being repaired. Plus there are lots of WIPs and my scrappy blanket make-along project.
In this episode I discuss cleaning and purging the Kon Marie way with The Year of Less and how you’re simplifying your lives, both financially and emotionally, while still having creative pursuits. I talk backpacks, vacation film photos, Zida shawl, The Sister Survivor Blanket project, and some Red Sock Blue Sock yarn plans.
Episode 7: Hygge on Crack is the one where we start a conversation on crafting and consumerism and how to avoid going to far and the root of it. I also show my finished Weekender sweater by Andrea Mowry in affordable yarn.