Real Life Doodles

Do you ever see something funny in the mundane? Ever looked at a bouncing ball or a car skidding on ice and wondered what expressions it would make if it were alive? If you said yes, then you’re probably already a real life doodler… if not, I hope...

Procrastination

Yes, I know it’s Thursday. I kept telling myself, “I’ll get around to writing up this week’s post for Witty Wednesday.” I was going to do it Tuesday night and schedule it, but we celebrated my mom’s birthday that night and then I...

Xander Being Xander

It has been way too long since I did a Witty Wednesday post! I know you probably expect something themed for the new year, but I thought I’d have a bit of fun and share a little gif image I made. It’s random and probably not all that funny, but it amused...

Holiday Hahas Two

About this time of year in 2012, I was having a bad week and set out to find a few holiday-themed laughs to get my mood back on track. It gave me a good giggle seeking out some funny pictures.  You can see that first edition of Holiday Hahas over here. This year has...

{Knit Stitches} Bat Stitch

Notes: The Bat stitch is another great textural stitch achieved with slipstitches. Like Wednesday’s stitch, the Fluted Slipstitch, the Bat stitch is a simple to memorize two-row repeat and is suited to many projects. When slipping the stitches, be sure to keep...

{Finished Object} Navy Blue Socks

Pattern: A basic toe-up pattern over 88 stitches Yarn: KnitPicks Stroll Sock Yarn in Navy Needles: Size 2.00 mm double-point needles Made for: My husband Notes: Another pair of socks for my husband that felt like I’d never finish them. This time I chose to make...

{Knit Stitches} Fluted Slipstitch

Notes: The Fluted Slipstitch is similar in appearance to ribbing. It does not have the elasticity of ribbing, though. This is a reversible stitch, so it would work well in items where you will see both sides of the fabric. Stitch Count: Multiple of 4 stitches plus 3....
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