Monthly Archives: January 2012

Snowy Pen

A couple of weeks ago, Erica and I got together for a bit of weekday escape. We headed over to the Bata Shoe Museum, and then went off for a fabulous teppanyaki lunch. The shoe museum is much more fascinating … Continue reading

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Nearly Done Narnia

Earlier this week I happily cast off my Narnia Shawl. I’ve enjoyed knitting it a great deal, but I’m always excited to finish a project. The yarn is Classic Elite Yarns Classic Silk in colourway Old Lilac. Unfortunately, it is … Continue reading

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Halloween Charm Tote

Friends of mine on Facebook will know that I finally dragged my sewing machine out of it’s timeout. (You may remember that back in December we had a bit of a falling out.) I was delighted to discover that it … Continue reading

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Tardis Socks

The world seems absolutely stuffed full of Doctor Who fans. And, Who related knitting patterns abound. You can knit a scarf from just about every season of Doctor Who. (Did you know there are 26 original seasons, six series, a … Continue reading

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TUSAL – January 2012

It’s that time again: the new moon and time for a picture of my bits and pieces as part of the Totally Useless Stitch Along (TUSAL). If you are interested in joining, check out this post on DaffyCat’s blog for … Continue reading

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Theme-a-licious – Mid-January 2012

Phew, midway through January and we’ve only just started to get snow (and rain). It isn’t exactly the kind of weather to make one think of gardens, but this month’s Theme-a-licious theme is bringing flowers and gardens into my life … Continue reading

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WIPocalypse Check-In – January 2012

The first month of WIPocalypse! I’m excited, because if I keep on track, I should have one big design done by the end of the year, and another with a fair bit more progress. As I mentioned earlier, this month’s … Continue reading

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