A bit of fluffy Columbia fiber from the Fibers First mill in Post Falls, Idaho.
little: essential to perfection.
Pattern: Essential to Perfection by Hunter Hammersen (from Fine Things for Plain Occasions) The yarn is Quince and Co. Finch, … More
My Aunt Marie gave me this skein of qiviut from Greenland. It is soft, folks. So soft.
Above are photos of the two Navajo-Churro fleeces that I accidentally acquired at the beginning of last month. (I say … More
The past few weeks have been fairly slow/relatively busy. They’ve been full of school-related activities/work and more knitting/designing. I though … More
I have long admired Wei Siew’s Sustain the Sea initiative; a collection of patterns from indie designers with a goal … More
spinning + photo story
Next week, I have a new pattern out. For the past few weeks, I’ve been putting off publishing a different … More
Unfortunately, I haven’t really gotten that much done over the past month. (Just a moment, I’m trying to think of … More
A few months ago, I read the book Essentialism by Greg McKeown. Every time I picked it up and continued on, … More
halfway NaNo’d out.
Tomorrow marks the halfway point of this NaNoWriMo. While I won’t bore you with details or anything, it is coming … More