...of the commissioned Vahtralehed cardigan: All that remains is the button-bands, and then it'll be truly finished. I noticed a couple of typos while following my own pattern, in the yoke -nothing major, but I'll be updating the pattern to take care of them, regardless. Thankfully, Ravelry makes it very easy to make sure everyone… Continue reading nearing the end…
wednesdays are for blogging?
I think I'm going to try to make a habit of writing here every Wednesday. It's my work-at-home day, which means I can actually make some time for it! So, what have I been up to lately? Well, I voted yesterday: Suffice it to say, I am NOT a happy camper today, despite the gorgeous… Continue reading wednesdays are for blogging?
Vahtralehed pattern, now available!
I finally had a chance to get a little bit caught up, and am now able to make good on my promise to release the pattern before the end of October, if only just barely! The name "Vahtralehed" comes from the Estonian for "maple leaves"; I wanted the title of the pattern to reflect the… Continue reading Vahtralehed pattern, now available!
Rhinebeck was a blast this year, just as it was last year. It was also thoroughly, utterly exhausting...but still worth it. We took off Friday afternoon, after I'd finished my tutoring shift at the Writing Center. Our (5 hour long) drive down to the Hudson River Valley region was made a bit less pleasant by… Continue reading Rhinebeck!
making up lost time
I've been knitting like a fiend the last couple of days, and have knit enough to reach the point where I realized, on the first time around, that I had 4 too many stitches in the body. My "break" (between the class I was teaching, and the pedagogy class I'm taking in preparation for the… Continue reading making up lost time