Monthly Archives: February 2006


Things are going to be quiet here for a little while. I’m in the process of moving this site to a new server, as my current server doesn’t support blogging software. I’ve learned a lot by managing this blog ‘by hand,’ but a few things have gotten old, like coding the RSS feed myself, trying […]

The Dark Side of Noro

Now that my mother has received her birthday present, it’s safe to post it here: This is the Multidirectional Diagonal Scarf. I used Noro Silk Garden, color number 217. It contains the range of colors for which Noro is known and loved, but 217 is different from their others. The yellow that you see here […]

Left vs. Right

Last week I took a survey on Quizilla to find out what kind of knitter I am. Many of you may have already taken this quiz. If so, then you saw that one of the choices for the question about how you, personally, follow pattern instructions was as follows: SSK is the traditional right leaning […]

Google’s Greatest Hits

Like many web site owners, I like to use statistics tracking software to see how many visitors I get, where they come from, and what search terms people use to find my site. This last item has been particularly illuminating, and today I’d like to share some of my favorites. Let’s just jump right in: […]