We’re at ground zero of our 20 mile radius this week, with mince pies, sloe gin, knitting lessons from a 14th century logician. Let it snow, baby! I’ve got my love (and a new scarf) to keep me warm.
The polworth scarf was knit using Stephanie Pearl McPhee’s (brilliant) One Row Scarf pattern.
I’m putting my 2009 Sweater Fails behind me, and am looking ahead to Selfish Knitting Month. The shortlist, so far, includes:
Victorian Lace Today (any of the red ones, really); or Annie Modesitt’s Twisted Float Shrug, which can be worn upside down or downside up; or the one by Norah Gaughan, in Reversible Knitting, by Lynn Barr, which can be worn inside outside upside downside; or Something Fabulous that I just know you’ll leave a link to in the comments. (Thanks.)
This weeks’ Audible Pick is The Little Stranger, by Sarah Waters, read by Simon Vance.
The puck stops here. (Sorry. Couldn’t resist.) Fiber artist ice hockey fans (those are five words I never thought I’d use collectively) are invited to mix, mingle, support the Blue Jackets, and maybe win fabulous prizes at Sticks and Stitches. (Did I say Blue Jays? I meant Blue Jackets.)
Technical issues with the pattern for Driving Miss Daisy have been resolved. It will be available from the Krafti-Kit website from January 18th. My sincere apologies for any inconvenience this has caused.
KniTunes were provided by and used with the permission of:
- Sunshine Collective – Winter Wonderland US/UK
- Taken By Trees – Sweet Child O Mine US/UK
- Kati Mac – Aulde Lang Syne US/UK
Additional music: Watercolor Winter by Emile Menasche