In the summer of 1999 I moved from New York City to Stuttgart, Germany. The opportunity arose from a casual conversation with one of my company's executives about the weather. Learning that the conditions in Germany were stellar over the long Easter weekend, compared with the damp chill in New York City, this colleague commented … Continue reading Naknicromo day 3: How did you learn your craft?
I think of inspiration in a couple of different ways. There's inspiration for a specific project, and then there's just the general inspiration to knit. For the former, I find the usual sources really helpful: Ravelry, Interweave Knits magazine, random Google searches, and my ever-growing library of knitting books. But something I find even more … Continue reading Naknicromo day 2: Inspiration
Thanks to nothingbutknit for the challenge below. Day 1: Share your goal My goal is to finish both my Swirl sweater and Om Shawl (including weaving in all ends, seaming and the embellishment on the sweater, and sewing all the buttons on the shawl) and to have my vacation knitting planned for my trip in April. Ready ... … Continue reading Naknicromo daily challenge