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Tutu Fun

Tutu Fun

One of my favorite accomplishments in June was finishing up the knitted ballerina rabbit I started around Easter. After finishing the bunny, its sweater and ballet slippers, there was just one important piece missing . . . the tutu! And to my great luck, our […]

Easter: The Knitting

Easter: The Knitting

Making Easter outfits for my children has been one of my traditions in the last few years. 2013 – Easter Sweaters 2012 – Easter Dresses This year, my Easter outfits were inspired by a treasure trove of yarn samples. I ordered some wonderful hand-dyed yarn […]

Summer Recap

Summer Recap

It’s back to school week and this week we are adjusting to the new demands of our homeschool schedule. This month I will be devoting to educational topics as there are certainly a lot of organizing challenges that go along with school. But first, I […]

Ruly Bookshelf: The Broken Circle, Yarns of the Knitting Witches by Cheryl Potter

Ruly Bookshelf: The Broken Circle, Yarns of the Knitting Witches by Cheryl Potter

I receive quite a few pitches to review books, but when I received a pitch from Hunter Hackett with a book about knitting witches, I was intrigued. Knitting was my salvation during my diet and exercise experiments this spring. So being a sort of knitting […]

Best Wishes to William & Kate!

Best Wishes to William & Kate!

The world awaits the wedding of the century (and to be sure an amazing feat of organization!) tomorrow, between Prince William and Kate Middleton. We are all getting quite an education on the royal family in the news of late, furthering our fascination with these […]