Monthly Archives: April 2009

<kirk>NAAAAAAAN!</kirk>

Okay, I’m still obsessing over this book. I am declaring tonight to be NAAN NIGHT. To facilitate this, I picked up some ghee the other day. I also made the mistake of looking at the nutrition label on the ghee. It is about as healthy as one would expect clarified butter to be… To combat […]

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OFF THE NEEDLES

My Flora Dress is off the needles! Finishing a knit is the greatest feeling in the world. Of course, I still have a lot of finishing to do, but hey. It’s off the needles! Pics later.

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Baking the revolution

For my birthday, my husband gave me a book I’d been wanting – Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day. My mom gave me her unused baking stone, and I was off like a rocket. This book has me making all sorts of delicious things. Sandwich bread: om nom nom. I need to pick up […]

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Tiny, tiny hats

I joined a knitting circle, and I’m super excited about it. They have a focus on charity projects, and so I knitted a teeny tiny preemie hat. The pattern is Bev’s Baby Ribs and it’s just a little k2,p2 ribbed hat. Still, I quite enjoyed the company and the knitting! I didn’t finish up on […]

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Code Pink knitting project

It seems that CODEPINK is knitting a White House fence cozy. While I think that this particular group can lean a wee bit crazy on occasion, I do love this idea. I’m pretty sure I have appropriate yarn in my stash. Some people on Ravelry suggested the King Charles Brocade stitch for the project; I’m […]

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