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Cotton Sleep Mask

Another new year always brings the resolutions to take better care of ourselves. Eat better, exercise, get outdoors more, go for a walk, and just breath the fresh air.

A big part of taking better care of myself, I found was to try to get a better night’s sleep. I would always get to bed [...]

2017 – Resolute

The truth is hard to hide or to deny, 2016, was a difficult year. Not just for myself, and for my family, but for so many friends. So I will not hide the happiness to see it go, but look forward with a new resoluteness, to seek out happiness and take better care of our [...]

Grandmother Emily’s Knitting Needles

In an effort to resurrect this site, on the day after Mother’s Day 2016, I’d like to post about a gift from my own mother that surprised me beyond means.

My mother was the own who taught me how to knit, and the one who still encourages me to fulfill what has become a life’s [...]

Taking another look

Testing to see if there’s life here

Possibles Bags

I came to Florida for a vacation, to get away from quite possibly the coldest dreariest New York winters I can remember. I came to visit my parents, sister, brother, and their families. I came to get time off from my job, to change the everyday routine. I came to get out of boots, gloves, [...]

Working with Vintage and Antique Patterns

A week ago Sunday, I ventured out and off this island to get into the city (the only city that can be referred to as just the city, NYC of course) and had the pleasure of participating in a class given by Franklin Habit at the Lion Brand Yarn Studio, “Working with Vintage and Antique [...]

The power of email absolution

I’m turning over a new leaf before the new year rears its ugly head and resolutions begin to pile up like all of my unread emails that have been saved for longer than I would like to admit.

I have granted a Thanksgiving gift and given myself complete and total personal email absolution. Just think, [...]


Ever seem to feel overwhelmed with keeping up with all the ” cyberosity” of knitting that has filled the web? Not that it’s a bad thing in any way at all, but being connected to so many yarn companies e-mails, internet sites, blogs, podcasts, Ravelry, FB & Twitter to seemingly keep up with all that’s [...]