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Monthly Archives: February 2013

Mystery Sock

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The elephant in the room, or, skeptics.

Why does a (reasonably) sane person leave a (theoretically) stable job to pursue a project like this? And why would someone open a yarn shop in a place that used to have a yarn shop, and doesn’t now? As I am sure you are all aware, there is a lot of change and uncertainty within … Continue reading »

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Miscellaneous gratitude.

If you’re visiting from the Ellensburg Downtown Association’s link on Facebook, please also like Yarn Folk there–I’m posting updates as I move through this crazy, fun process. I also want to say that Carolyn Honeycutt, Director of the EDA, has been a great source of help in getting this project off the ground–particularly in identifying … Continue reading »

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My 15 minutes of fame occurred in 2008.

It freaks me out a little that it was that long ago, but the MAKE blog picked up this little felted bag I made for my bike. Felted Handlebar Bag (I used to ride a Schwinn hybrid electric bike, until the battery started to fail and I found out that a replacement would run me … Continue reading »

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A little about me.

But first, about Charlotte. That’s her, up there in the header image. She’s a little yarn doll I made when I was six? seven? eight? She came to live with me as an adult when my parents moved out of my childhood home. Up until then, she perched on a shelf in my old bedroom. … Continue reading »

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