The Things That No Longer Serve

Photo by Lisa Fotios on Pexels.com Spring cleaning is always a big deal in March and April of the year. We dig through closets and piles stacked up in the basement. We shake out curtains and beat rugs. We sort out wardrobes and shoes and get rid of things that spark anything but joy. If …

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About My Older Work

Photo by Tejas Prajapati on Pexels.com I came to the decision last year to open up my archives and basically dump it out. That sounds horrible when I put it that way. What I am doing is releasing all of the work that I created and had up for sale. Prompts, journeys, courses, workshops, knitting …

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Do You Know Toni?

I have been following Toni Lipsey on YouTube for … years.  I started watching her due to a video she did testing out Hobbii yarns.  I was hooked on her personality and her verve.  I subscribed to her channel and every now and then I check in. https://www.youtube.com/@TLYarnCrafts Now, Toni is not the only fiber …

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What My Dream Life Looks Like To Me

Photo by Brett Jordan on Pexels.com My husband, after knowing me for over two decades, has finally figured out that I am by nature someone who will feed any animal in need, and if able to do so, will rescue it. Luckily, we have the same idea, the same dream, of owning acreage and now …

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Re-Learning Lessons About Fiber

Yarn Or Cloth The Challenge Is The Same Photo by Kelly Sikkema on Unsplash I have been knitting for about sixteen years now. (None of the included links below are affiliate links, just websites I appreciate and want to share.) When I began knitting, I worked with yarns I could afford. Squeaky yarn was pretty much the norm …

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Something Different This Way Comes

How The Heck Do I Hold The Space For It This Time? Photo by Jamie Street on Unsplash I can tell you that something ‘new’ is on the way into my world, but new is a misnomer as I have been having flickering thoughts that trail away into the shadows for months. I have sensed the prickling advance …

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September, A Time Of Harvest

Photo by Thanh Nguyu1ec5n on Pexels.com Mabon-tide is coming. It is the last Harvest before Winter. On the Autumnal Equinox (September 23), there is an equal amount of day and night. Each day after this, until we reach the Winter Solstice (December 21), the days grow shorter and shorter. As this is a celebration of …

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