What’s on our needles

It may be summertime, however, the knit goes on. At Stitch and Chat on Tuesday during the morning group... Eleanor is knitting a Roo Sweater Design. If you're not familiar, Roo Designs are wonderful kid sweater patterns with motifs on the front. Eleanor's grandson wants a Tractor sweater and the Roo Tractor Sweater is not in his size. Together we combined two Roo Patterns and worked out ... Read the Post

A Catepillar becomes a Butterfly.

For anyone that knows me, up until the quarantine I have been a reluctant cook. I have cooked more in the past 3 months than I have in the past 10 years. When raising my children, "It's not bad" was considered a compliment. I had no idea I was raising future food critics at the time. Needless to say, by the time they were in high school, it was every "man" (I have three daughters) for ... Read the Post

To Zoom or Not to Zoom

Are you curious about how well Zoom Knitting Classes can work? Over the course of the past 7 weeks that we were in lock-down, I have been successfully teaching through Zoom Video Conferencing. Virtual classes satisfy the desire to connect and learn. It has been a blessing to see other faces and interact on a regular basis. If you have a project that is unfinished or a ... Read the Post