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Pendulum KAL

Instead teaching a knitting class this summer, I opted for something a little more flexible, and a little more inclusive, and a lot more free! I am hosting a Knit-A-Long with the PFA and I am really excited. It’s going to be pretty relaxed as […]

Twisted Fiber Festival

Just in case you were wondering where I have disappeared to: I have been organizing this with the help of two lovely ladies who are, like me, going to be vendors also. As you can see below, I am teaching a class as well. Twisted! […]

Sweater Class!

Remember last week when I showed you this? It’s pretty exciting. Not because I magically knit an entire sweater in a week, because I didn’t. In fact, the sweater still looks exactly the same. What’s exciting is that this is my pre-work for a sweater […]

Sock Inspiration

One of my favorite things to knit in summer is socks. Top-down vanilla socks are easy for me now, because I can carry the pattern around in my head and I don’t have a large wool something on my lap when it’s 115 degrees outside. […]

Weekend Update

I have so much news, it’s not even funny. I think the best way to proceed is in list form otherwise I will lose track of time. Yarny News: 1. I will be adding a Farmer’s Market Schedule page to the website so all you […]

Bazaar Recap

The bazaar this weekend was a lot of fun. I love a good excuse to hang out in a room full of people working on fibery pursuits. There was a lot of knitting (I was mostly working on a sock, because I am sooo exciting […]

Spring Bazaar

A few of you locals might be interested to know that instead of being at the farmers market this weekend, I will attending the spring fiber arts! I, the Potwin Fiber Artisans and I will be at Potwin Presbyterian Church in Topeka. We are on […]

FO: Weaving Color Sampler

Get a load of my first rigid heddle weaving project! I am taking the rigid heddle weaving class from the Potwin Fiber Artisans this month. I don’t think I could have taken a better class anywhere. Linda is a wealth of weaving knowledge. While I […]

Breakfast of Champions

I have a long, full day ahead of me, so I started it out right. Brock made me this heaping plate of peppery scrambled eggs and bacon. I couldn’t eat it all, so the leftover bacon is in a baggy for a snack later. I […]

PFA Classes March 2012

PFA Classes for March 2012 Classes will be held at the Potwin Presbyterian Church. Enter through the South Door. To register, contact the instructor! FELTING Monday, March 5th, 6-8pm FELT THIS! Needle Felted Coffee Sleeve class Fee: $15 Description: Continue to explore the ancient practice […]

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