Welcome back all, I hope you’re enjoying the regular updates from both Brian and Myself. Last week I talked about transformational mittens I’d made for Cacia, so it seems a fitting transition to talk about another gift I made for her this week. Today I’m going to talk about the socks that I made for Cacia as her Christmas present. Not long before Christmas I … Continue reading Soft Socks
Once again, we’re on the road. We were once again in Colorado Springs for a Teacher conference, and I try and find a yarn store while I’m in the area. We stumbled upon a great shop with a pun-tastic name. I present to you, the gem of the knitting community in Colorado Springs; Ewe & Me. I LOVE this place. the husband and wife owners … Continue reading Hooking on the Road:Colorado Springs
Hello all. Sorry it has been a while since you’ve heard from us. Life got busy – but we want to get back in the habit of writing to you! In my last article, Gifts for Mom, I talked about the cowl and the fingerless gloves I made for my mother. Today I’m going to talk about my next iteration of gloves – transformable. My … Continue reading Cold classrom – Cold hands
Okay, if you don’t like people bragging, STOP NOW!! What i’m about to show you is by far the best thing I’ve ever crocheted, and I’m not afraid to be braggadocious. We do a Christmas Gift Exchange between all the siblings and spouses on my wife’s side of the family. I decided that If I got one of the sister’s, I was going to crochet … Continue reading The greatest thing I’ve ever Made: Tote bag Edition
After Chistmas we took a trip to see my parents: Unfortunately my Dad’s health was failing and we needed to visit and see Grandma and Grandpa. While I was there, I was working on some crochet projects for My sisters, and naturally I looked up a couple Yarn shops in the area to check out while we were there. I read some mixed review of … Continue reading Hooking on the Road: The Cleveland Edition
I decided that I was going to make Christmas presents; what I didn’t realize was that I needed to start in July on them if I didn’t want to be making things until Midnight for 30 days straight. The list of Crochet Projects I decided to conquer included: A blanket for my Mother in law A tote bag for My sister in Law And two … Continue reading Christmas Blanket: Biggest project yet!
Well, let me start by apologizing for Aaron and I. When the fall hits, my life gets crazy and I have no time for anything but work. For my real work, I repair Musical Instruments, and the time from back-to-school and Christmas is always non-stop. People dropping tubas on the marching field and brand new kids starting in band. Rest assured we have been continuing … Continue reading Hooking Hiatus: Why your men have been absent