Yarn Along

Joining Little Room of Rachell for her weekly Yarning Along. Check out what other crafters are working on and reading ­čÖé This week I quickly (in a few hours) read The Red Notebook by Antoine Laurain. Bookseller Laurent Letellier comes across an abandoned handbag on a Parisian street and feels impelled to return it to … Continue reading Yarn Along

Yarn Along

It is not often that I have a few hours with ab-so-lutely nothing on my plate. That was today though! After waiting what seemed like forever for the bus, I took off in my car. I went to my happy place, An Unlikely Story Book Store. (Notice the quidditch brooms!) I browsed, found a book, … Continue reading Yarn Along

Yarn Along

I live on the border of another town and utilize many businesses and amenities of that town. I follow the library on Facebook and it is doing a One Book, One Community event. The book choice is A Fall of Marigolds by Susan Meissner. September 1911. On Ellis Island in New York Harbor, nurse Clara … Continue reading Yarn Along


In an effort to learn new skills, I did a small knit cable project today. Using up some wool yarn from my felted bag, I made a cup cozy. I found a simple pattern on Ravelry (free) by MissKnityPants. Link found┬áhere. This looked like a simple enough pattern to start out with, and I was … Continue reading Cables


This week, my project included felting! My friend has been making these great, felted tote bags and is now making a Japanese knot bag (on my Ravelry list of many projects to do). I decided to make a small, felted project bag. I chose to make Puk Vossen's Mortarde tas bag (free pattern on Ravelry). … Continue reading Felting