I have played around with brioche in my knitting life, and I will admit that in the past I have not been the biggest fan of this intriguing way of creating a rich, deep fabric with yarn and needles. Perhaps it’s because I’m gluten free? I’d read articles by Nancy Marchant, which were fascinating, but…
It’s been a busy few weeks since I’ve been home from TNNA. I was SO wiped out and full of pain at the end of my trip, but I’m overjoyed at the positive effect my bike riding has had on my muscle and joint pain. The heat here in Minnesota was terrible last week, but…
For THIS giveaway, I’m going to select from among folks who leave a comment on my facebook page under this blog post announcement.
There’s nothing wrong with adding little bit of beauty to our lives, loving ourselves enough to create something truly FINE for our own use. This book will help you do just that!
I felt embarrassed at how incapacitated I was, and I had to admit to her that it was my own fault for scarfing a biscuit in less time than it takes to turn on my windshield wiper. She understood.
If either of these books seem to stir something within you and you think you’d like to have them to listen to, just leave a comment and I’ll randomly pull a name out and contact you!
Crochet For Bears To Wear is NOT a child’s book, although anyone who can crochet would enjoy working up the patterns. It does, however, have such a wide ribbon of whimsy running through it that it would engage anyone.