Monthly Archives: December 2005

Don’t Be Jealous . . .

I can’t take credit for the bunny. The pattern is from Last-Minute Knitted Gifts by Joelle Hoverson, and was was knit by my spouse. I can, however, take credit for receiving the bunny on my birthday, and for making it the first stuffed animal of my adult life. The bunny’s body is alpaca, and those […]

The Cursed Project

You might not have ever knit a Transcendent Project, but you certainly have knit (or attempted to knit) a Cursed Project. The biggest problem with the Cursed (KUR-sehd) Project is that you don’t know that you’ve got one until you’re already committed to it. Before I go on, I should make clear that a project […]

Yarn Boy and the Sneetches

I’ve been thinking lately about Dr. Seuss’s story The Sneetches. For those of you who don’t know, there are two kinds of Sneetches; ones with stars on their bellies, and ones without. The star-bellied Sneetches are always having all kinds of fun; barbecues on the beach, baseball games, and many other seaside activities. They’re also […]

Now Available In Stores!

For those of you who live in the San Francisco Bay Area, my ‘boys knit’ buttons are now being sold at Article Pract in Oakland. Drop in, talk to the cool folks who work there, buy some yarn. And buy one of my pins.