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Three things I have finished recently: This hat for donation. I just felt like knitting a hat, so I did. Stranded colorwork is not my forte nor my pleasure, so I kept it to a minimum here. The hat is … Continue reading
I started this project in March 2016 with no particular purpose. I had gotten the idea of a mitered square scrap afghan where every other square was white (-ish). It seemed like such a fun project that I gathered appropriate … Continue reading
The mitered square afghan is done. At left, casting on for the last square. At right, the last stitch — yes, I changed yarns because the dark blue made that part of the afghan too dark. A full post with … Continue reading
So, what did I find when I walked into my office (carrying HOT! coffee)? The two cats were snuggled together on my desk chair for warmth, but by the time I got my phone off the charger and came back, … Continue reading
My great-grandfather Mike emigrated from Switzerland to Goodhue County in southern Minnesota with several of his older brothers in the mid-nineteenth century. Mike was twelve years old, the youngest of the brothers. One brother became a traveling preacher with a … Continue reading