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Snowflakes

Snowflakes

I kept a tight rein on my crafty impulses over the holidays this year, restricting the number of gifts I would make.  I normally end up in a puddle of crazy on December 24th, scrambling to finish a hat, or fingerless mitts, or a scarf.  Many a project has been given in kit form, though […]

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Blizzard

You know what blizzards are good for?  Knitting.  Know what else they’re good for?  Getting stuck at work.  Put ’em together, and you have knitting time in a place you wouldn’t ordinarily get knitting time. When Snowmageddon struck Chicagoland, I had a plan.  I had packed my bag with PJs, clean clothes, and knitting.  I […]

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Sneuw

Sneuw

I’ve discovered for myself why wool socks have been popular for centuries:  because they keep the feet of silly fool humans warm, even when said silly fool humans decide they simply MUST go take pictures of the snow.  Wearing a dress and work shoes.  At night.  Silly, right?  Particularly the combination of obnoxious striped socks […]

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All the news that’s fit to print

Krystal Dragon is about to receive its first write-up, with a feature in the Valpo Chronicle this week. (Correction – not this week… maybe in the next one?) Color me excited! Is it undignified to be a little giddy? I’ve been sketching up a storm, and have a few new designs up my sleeve. Keep […]

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