Monthly Archives: July 2015

green means go

one of my most hated activities is driving somewhere within the city…… don’t get me wrong on that point – I love going places; it’s just that sometimes, I simply hate the process of getting there. When I learned how … Continue reading

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gauge swatches

swatching it really isn’t a dirty word……. if you want to knit a cardigan and have it fit like it’s written to, you have to do a little thing called a swatch. It’s a fairly easy process. If your pattern … Continue reading

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gauge matters – most of the time

Gauge matters – most of the time…… Why? Let’s look at this example: A pattern calls for a gauge of 19 st x 24 rows using a worsted weight yarn and 5mm needles. You check the sizes on the pattern … Continue reading

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you wanna know “what”?

so, I had a ton of ideas to write out new blog posts…….. I should keep track of them, write them down, record them on my phone, email them to myself….something…… yeah, that didn’t happen. I wanted to write something about … Continue reading

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