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January 23, 2019

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Greetings… It has been a long time, so long that the holidays feel a distance now. They are fun and busy and I enjoy them but also love when they’re over and the year starts fresh. Thank you Purl SoHo for the bulky Christmas stocking pattern. I’d fiddled around last year with one for Foster but it didn’t take so when I saw this...

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December 5, 2018

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There are five beautiful nostepinne available now. My younger son makes them and they’re lovely! Foster and I had fun as always…. made a ‘snow house’ two weeks ago along with a very little snow man. How adorable is this lil’ munchkin?? My new studio was doing well until I couldn’t find my business cards so I went through...

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November 19, 2018

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Time has passed and I barely know where to begin.. Let’s start with Rhinebeck! What can one say? Fiber, friends and more yarn than I can see in a day. Indie Untangled was great this year with three, two hour time slots. We were in the first group so received a fun goodie bag filled with various coupons, measuring devices, stitch markers etc…...

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September 24, 2018

Posted by on Sep 24, 2018 in Uncategorized | 1 comment

  Well happy fall to us all! The temperatures sure feel like fall even though we’ve had plenty of days in the mid to high 80’s…. those seem to be over now. Frost will be here soon so we’ll keep a close eye on the gardens. We still have beautiful chard and cherry tomatoes… large tomatoes too though those are waining. Oh...

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August 20, 2018

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      Summer is moving along quickly and Mother Earth is bursting…  we’ve got the zucchini to prove it! This morning I put up another quart and pint of tomatoes. Last week when I canned I gave them a flash boil to remove the skins but the seeds were still there. This week I did it differently (when I make a red sauce I run canned...

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