Just One Word | 1.1.19

Just One Word | 1.1.19

Happy New Year, Gentle Readers! I am joining with Juliann this year as she hosts us in our Word Study – and, I'd like to thank her for leading us in this journey! Realize deeply that the present moment is all you ever have. Make the Now the primary focus of your life....

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2020 Reading Challenge

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On the Fair Isle!

Hello Everyone! It has been a very hectic week here at the Christensen Huis - I worked a lot and went to knit night on Thursday - there were not enough hours in the day. Last year my daughter saw the Fair Isle bag in VK and she really wanted me to knit it for her - so...

Heifer Project

Hello everyone - hopefully your week is moving along smoothly! I broke a resolution this week - I confess I bought some yarn to knit this after being inspired by Chris to take on the challenge of knitting a Moebius! Well, cast on I did - and around and around I...

Oh Canada!

Hello everyone - Canada arrived here in Michigan yesterday - both with the weather and with a wonderful surprise from Erin (blogless - I think). She was my partner for the Luxury yarn swap from Swap Bot. She sent me some amazing sock yarn - dyed locally in British...

Fourteen year old boys and birth control…

Hello everyone! How do you like the title? Well, it has been an interesting week here at the Christensen Huis - get yourselves something to drink, pull up a chair, and get ready! About 2 weeks ago, my son - Sam - came home with some paperwork from his life skills...

Urgent Reqeust!!

Hello Everyone. I have a very special request for all of you out there. I have participated again in SP9 and the end of January is when we are to reveal ourselves to our spoilee. If it is not too much trouble - I was wondering if you all could stop by Kimberly's Blog...

Knitting Backwards 101

Knitting Backwards 101

This is now normal purling looks like - see needle in front - normal purling. But, when doing Entrelac, constantly turning your work back and front to knit and purl makes for wasted energy. You can work your entrelac from one side with very little turning except for...

 

 

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