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steph@woolythyme
Kentucky
wife, mom, grandma, knitter, gardener, antiquer, bookworm, cook--trying to tread lightly on this earth
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what a lovely thought to take into the weekend! (and through the year!!!) Thanks for sharing.
Toggle Commented 4 hours ago on Rumi in the Sky at A Life of Joy
hubby's socks are just some Paton's Kroy on sale at Michaels....but I've used it before, and the yarn wears remarkably well.
Toggle Commented yesterday on sock yarn madness.... at woolythyme
???? too soon to tell. I think ???? I may just sew them, and crochet a border. I'm fickled, though....may change my mind!
Toggle Commented yesterday on sock yarn madness.... at woolythyme
Thank you!!!! I'm definitely making these for some baby gifts!!!! Too cute!!!!!
I don't like any kind of knots on my socks (even if I can hide them in a pattern); and our socks get hard use....so I'm afraid of a spit/splice. I usually hold the end of one skein and the beginning of the new one together for several (sometimes more than several!!) stitches. You would think this would create something bulky, but promise----it's totally invisible (both to my feet and my eyes!!!)
Toggle Commented 2 days ago on sock yarn madness.... at woolythyme
I use a big (BIG!!!!) clip to clip the pages open!!!
Toggle Commented 2 days ago on sock yarn madness.... at woolythyme
absolutely perfect!!! This is quite lovely......and such good incentive to polish it off, so you can wear it!!! :)
Toggle Commented 2 days ago on WIP: Old Town Cardigan at SnapShots & WhatNots
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These broken seed stitch socks were going to be the solution to my bag of leftovers. Between this pattern and the scrappy socks vanilla pattern (just switching up odd colors willy-nilly)....I was going to blast through that bag. (ha!!!) Do you have any idea how little yarn you actually use... Continue reading
Posted 3 days ago at woolythyme
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so many good things going in your life!!! joyful......always put in perspective, though, when you hear such heart wrenching stories as the pianists. ( We had a young man from our town spend some time in a Denver rehab facility there for his paralysis....they researched and found this was the premier place in the country. Wonder if it's the same place? She'll be getting great rehab if it is.) Looking forward to hearing some of your hard work!!!!
Toggle Commented 3 days ago on moments to be thankful for at lady cordelia
easy. just running stitches!
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Today was the day. I was going to really blast through the house and pile up all the unwanted 'stuff'....attic to scary basement. Hubby was gone for most of the day. I was going to make a huge !!!MeSs!!!!! but get it all sorted out before he got home. I... Continue reading
Posted 6 days ago at woolythyme
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I find linen stitch soooooooooo boring after the first few inches, and yet, it's one of my favorite patterns to wear and own. More power to you....you'll have a treasure when it's done!!! love the stitching on that book cover!! so many ideas...so little time!
what a beautiful start to your day!!!!! (this might be all the sunshine I see today, too!!!)
Toggle Commented 7 days ago on Morning Moment... at A Life of Joy
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Imelda by Nadia Crétin-Léchenne Yarn...koigu (stash!!) Freddy doesn't care that it isn't blocked yet. Neither do I. Continue reading
Posted Jan 22, 2015 at woolythyme
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perfection!!! stash yarn...wearable....fits in with the rest of your wardrobe....you hit the trifecta!!!! :) awesome! (and a really really great looking sweater to boot!)
how lovely! (Is that a scented geranium you've convinced to live inside for the winter??!!?? I'm so jealous. My light wasn't enough for mine and I miss them terribly!)
Toggle Commented Jan 21, 2015 on morning :: noon :: night :: {3} at beauty that moves
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Jennifer....let me assure you, my sewing skills are far from stellar, too!!!!
Toggle Commented Jan 21, 2015 on Lining.... at woolythyme
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Wheaten is still on my needles; it's still an enjoyable knit. It takes 5 skeins, and I'm only on the second one, so I'm sure I'll lose the love before it's finished. For now, I'm happy. My book this week is a real goodie! What the Fork are you eating?... Continue reading
Posted Jan 20, 2015 at woolythyme
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what to do with all those embroidered pieces?? Yep. That was done a couple years ago. It's Freddy's favorite. :)
Toggle Commented Jan 20, 2015 on Lining.... at woolythyme
wow! gorgeous!!!!
Toggle Commented Jan 20, 2015 on woven by hand - part 2 at tiny happy
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drop dead GORGEOUS! (did you use indigo dyed sashiko thread???? fixative for sure!!!!.....and how about some color catcher, too!!!)
Toggle Commented Jan 20, 2015 on a winter quilt at SouleMama
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so very pretty! our surprise dusting lasted about an hour...not even enough time to get outside for a stroll. I love the clean look that a new snowfall brings.....just think of the people who followed you! Love notes abound!!!
Toggle Commented Jan 20, 2015 on Snowy Walk at A Life of Joy
go for it!!!! I'll be your cheerleader, for sure.
the lining only took about an hour to put in---remember....the 'tablecloth' was already hemmed and all!! I think I dragged out the knitting, though, for months!
Toggle Commented Jan 19, 2015 on Lining.... at woolythyme
lovely lovely colors!!!! such a generous offer! thanks for the chance to win!
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