Monthly Archives: December 2008

The Last Stash Report for 2008

I can’t believe this is the last report for 2008.  It went so fast.  Some projects planned for this year will have to carry over into next year.  My totals didn’t change this week.  The picture shows what 16 2/3 … Continue reading

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The Little Things

My mom comes and stays with us every Christmas so we can celebrate as a family.  Now that we have finished with all the Christmas food and preparations, we have time to do some fun things.    I took her … Continue reading

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Holiday Wishes

A ham and green bean casserole baking in the oven.  Soup simmering on the stove.  Bread rising in the bread machine.  It doesn’t get any easier than this.   We had fewer gifts and no cookies this year and enjoyed … Continue reading

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Minimal Progress

She has a body and some clothes now, and the woods have grown around her.  I have a plan, but I can’t seem to concentrate on it amid the holiday doings.  Maybe I’ll work on something mindless for the next few … Continue reading

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Scarf Complete

I finished the crocheted scarf last night.  I couldn’t figure out how to show it so bear volunteered to model.  The pattern came from the Vogue Knitting series book Crocheted Scarves.  I finished just in time as the temperature dropped … Continue reading

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How to Bust 100 Yards

I had a reader ask me to explain how someone can add or bust hundreds of yards of fabric in one year.  That's Santa, not the reader, on the left.  I’ll do my best to summarize what I’ve seen other … Continue reading

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Working On It

Between my job, the weather, the holidays and a sick child I have lost my rhythm and feel like I haven’t accomplished anything in days.  Like everything else in life, it will pass.   The scarf continues to grow as … Continue reading

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