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This was a very tough pattern to follow, especially in the book. (I blurred out the image in respect for the designer.) If it weren't for someone else posting…

My friend and coworker, Mary helped me out for today's prompt. She has several scarfs and wears one most days at this time of the year.

Yesterday I finished another Strýta Lopapeysa. This one is for a long time friend of whom I met online through World of Warcraft. He is visiting us this coming…

Yesterday, I finally finished a Styta Lopapeysa. (Design Here) I made this sweater from Valley Yarn's Berkshire Bulky, a nice soft yarn made from merino wool…

The Reykr hat is a simple beanie that I made using Lion Brand Scarfie yarn. It's soft, warm, and fits everyone! So far I've made three of these hats; one for my…

I have a tech job and I like it (mostly), but sometimes I need to do something completely different. Therefore I visited a while ago a wool-spinning workshop…

I made the Tíglar Lopapeysa for my husband. We think he might have a slight allergy to lanolin so I tried to make him a sweater using a traditional Icelandic…

Today I got some steel wool, lit it with a 9V battery, and spun it around. Set the shutter speed to 20 seconds. While I was spinning, some sparks hit my hand…

Everywhere you go there are many sheep grazing around the UK, as is probably the same in most countries. Have you ever studied the character and beauty of these…

Bears are not the only ones who like to use trees to scratch, this is because it can help them to relive them of an itch. Sheep will also go to fences and other…

I learned how to knit on 4 needles. Planned result: yellowgreen warm socks for the little toddler of mine from the saliva resistant pure wool.
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