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Yarn Along

I still haven’t bought the yarn for the short-sleeved sweater I showed you a couple of weeks ago, but I’m making progress on my test placemat (or whatever) that’s helping me master linen stitch. It’s different from everything I’ve ever done … Continue reading

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Yarn Along

It’s official: no one cares about book blogs in Trump’s America. I’m exaggerating a little, of course. After all, you’re here. But the fact is that our daily page views are lower than they’ve been since the pre-Outlander years. For … Continue reading

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I’m just a few chapters into Hari Kunzru’s Gods Without Men, and I’m loving it. I’ve wanted to read this novel ever since it was published four-ish years ago, but the first chapter is sort of a meditation on some … Continue reading

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Yarn Along

I find it interesting how the early-morning light muted the color of my scarf, which is not nearly as Obnoxiously Orange in this photo as it is in real life. I finally got some good work on it done this … Continue reading

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Instead of this Yarn Along photo, I probably should have taken a picture of this copy of Larry Watson’s As Good as Gone alongside today’s newspaper and sent it to the San Francisco Public Library as an assurance that this … Continue reading

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I’m currently binding off my Game of Thrones cowl, but there are ends to weave in and such, so I am taking this opportunity to brighten up your screen with this obnoxiously orange scarf (that’s not officially its name, but … Continue reading

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Once again I haven’t made a ton of progress on either my book or my cowl this week. But after several busy weeks in a row I’ll have almost two weeks of a very light workload, and I’m excited about … Continue reading

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