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A Tiny Cardigan, and Bigger Hats

Hello, crafty and sundry!   When last we met, I was starting on a cardigan for my youngest daughter. I can report that as of today, it is done and complete!   The buttons arrived this morning, and I quite happily sewed them on after I finished my for-pay work of the day. The nature …

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No Second Sock Syndrome Here!

Hello, Crafty and Sundry! Happy new year and all that jazz, if you’re into it. As one might expect, knitting and gaming have occurred. I’m still on the Skyrim kick. I’ve been enjoying the holiday period for zoning out, which means more Skyrim than most other things. I’m level 55, I still have about 2 …

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‘Toot Toot!’ Said the Flute

Hello, crafty and sundry! I’m pretty sure I’ve not mentioned it before here, but I am a multi instrumentalist. Oh okay was… a long time ago… when I actually had instruments and could practice them. *giggles* You see, I attended a prestigious art school for high school — Booker T. Washington High School for the …

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Left, Right, Knit, Purl!

Hello, crafty and sundry! While most of my attention continues to be eaten up by Pokémon (I’m currently working on filling up the entire National Pokédex for once), I have been trying to make some sincere effort on my knitting as well. And not just normal, left-handed knitting — I’m also working on my right-handed …

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A Glorious Pokémon Failure

Hello, crafty and sundry! I’ve had my head down most of the weekend trying to make a decent showing in the Pokémon International Challenge. Suffices to say, I’m 99.9% sure that I will not be competing past this initial stage. Out of the 28 battles I completed, I won six. That’s about a fifth of …

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Around in a Circular… Double Pointed… Thing

Hello, crafty and sundry! I have to say, I’ve been having way too much fun lately. Of course, a part of that has been knitting up a storm. I finished my scarf in that really fun pattern, and suffices to say, I am well pleased with it. Of course, watch the winter continue to stay …

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