birds of a feather, blogs, links, manicure, short stories, writing

A Blog and a Book

I've been meaning to update this blog for the last three days, but I keep getting distracted, primarily by this: http://www.GirlonaShoestring.blogspot.com. That's right. I've got a new obsession--enough of an obsession that I started another blog about it.GOAST is a blog about art nails and fashion, so if you want to see more of my… Continue reading A Blog and a Book

blogs, conservation, internet, knitting, links, lists, manicure, msc, writing

Annual Blogroll Rundown

It's been a few months since the last time I shared the new additions to my blog subscriptions with you all (Don't mind that list in the sidebar. It hasn't been updated in a while, and the actual list is far longer). So, if you're looking for something extra to read, here are my suggestions:Knitting/Design:Five… Continue reading Annual Blogroll Rundown

fiber, knitting, manicure, spinning, typewriters, yarn

Knitting and Typewriters

If you have been following this blog for any period of time, then by now you've probably figured out that I tend to do things in phases. Sometimes, this blog is all about writing, or typewriters. Sometimes it's all about what I'm reading or drawing, sometimes sewing. It seems that lately, it's knitting.As promised, I… Continue reading Knitting and Typewriters

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Knitting Status and the Manicure of the Week

It seems that I've spent the bulk of the past two months waiting on people to get back with me about various things, mostly job related, which has lead to a lot of anxiety knitting. Mostly, this has been on the livingroom afghan, which has had several rows added this week as Missouri and I… Continue reading Knitting Status and the Manicure of the Week

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Pretty Stuff

Remember this?Well, it's finished now.In the comments for my last post, Bill M. asked what the difference between embroidery and needlepoint is. Embroidery uses a variety of stitches to create a single motif to embellish a piece of fabric. Needlepoint uses a single stitch type to create an image on a canvas, covering the entire… Continue reading Pretty Stuff