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Birthdays and Finding My Marbles...

…I keep a spare set in a bag, just in case. I simply forget where I store it often.

Last week, or the week before, I’d entirely lost my marbles. 565 more words


Knitting Together at Roots Natural Kitchen

Knitting Together Charlottesville charter members (Anna, Susi, Nancy, and Ruth) enjoyed another tasty and nutritious lunch at Roots Natural Kitchen on June 30, 2015.  We brought along one of our veggie hats (this one, a pumpkin) made for the kids being treated for cancer and included  a few of our cards.   38 more words


The 6 stages of summer for the knitter...

Here’s a comic that Megan did a couple years ago, but was never actually officially published.  Well, I’m happy to be able to share this goody with you all today!  29 more words

Loom Knitting

Veggie Hats & Roots Natural Kitchen

Ruth and Susan were absolutely thrilled to have lunch at Roots Natural Kitchen on June 13, and we are both honored and excited to help spread the word about this great new restaurant – as are the other members of the Knitting Together Charlottesville team. 146 more words


WIP Wednesday - Loom Weaving Place-mats

I’m trying to make some bright new place-mats. I enjoy weaving. This particular weave reminds of gingham.
Martha Stewart Looms ability to be made into different sizes is a big plus with projects like this. 13 more words


Loom Knitting (#10)

A friend of mine once had a scarf on that I really liked.

I found out that she made it!

How awesome is that?

When I asked how, she told me that it was through loom knitting. 115 more words

29 Before 29

Home-made knitting loom scarf

When it comes to the esoteric arts of yarnery, I am proud to call myself a dilettante. And I can prove it too! Yesterday afternoon, for example, I decided to finally do something useful with a big ball of Patons Fab Big yarn that Shana bought me a few weeks ago.It was a chunky mass of pink, grey and white and really needed something spectacular to be made from it. 341 more words