How to be a more Productive knitter

Are you tired of being stuck in Area 51 (your stash) with all your UFOs (unfinished objects) and PHDs (projects half done)? I’ve put together a list of ways for you to be more productive and organized with your knitting.

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Knitting For the Season

Don’t you love this time of year. It’s the season where we begin to dig out our handknits, to include hats. It’s the time where the leaves are beginning to fall, the temps are dropping just a bit, and the days are shorter.My latest design is spectacular. Well, I’m told that anyway. I have this…

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And The Thunder Rolls…

…and has never sounded so good. Though, coupled with lightening, well, that wouldn’t be such a good thing right now for us.  We’ve experienced yet another fire here in our beautiful Colorado. Almost to the day, a year ago, we had fled from the Waldo Canyon fire. The Black Forest Fire, as they are calling…

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Dishcloth Diva’s Book Signing

The minute my publisher announced the book was ready to go to print, I was excited! I mean, who wouldn’t be, right? What a journey. A year from start to finish. Just what the industry projects. I never believed it, but alot goes into getting your book published: editing, test knitting, editing again, sending it…

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How do I count thee (Knitting) ways

I’m so blessed to be able to attend so many knitting group during the week. I mean, who wouldn’t like to get away for a few hours, enjoy wine, coffee, dessert, dinner, and great company? I look forward to these groups whether it’s Monday morning, Monday evening, Tuesday morning, Wednesday morning, or every other Friday…

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Fall, Coffee, Photography, Knitting & Stuff

An escape from our regularly scheduled knitting events… Our weather is drastically changing from those oh-so hot days, to cooler days and colder nights. I’m ready. Though, I’ve never been a huge fan of snow. I grew up in Michigan, but as a kid, snow was fun; snow boots, hats that grandma knit, and big…

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