Archives for the Month of June, 2010

Introducing The (New) Featherweight

I didn’t think it would happen this soon, but here she is.  My new Featherweight.  I am so in love with this machine.  Now I know what my kids feel like when they get a new toy from the store and can’t wait to get it home to play with it. We’re not having much […]

The Summer Solstice, and Thoughts on The Spill

I pulled out some books last night to look for Solstice ideas for the kids.  Something to help signify the rhythm of the seasons.  But our upcoming New York trip combined with The Boy’s sixth birthday has me feeling really maxed out at the moment, and I didn’t plan anything to mark the occasion, as […]

On Being a Radical Homemaker

I’m reading the book Radical Homemakers by Shannon Hayes right now, and I couldn’t even wait until it was finished to talk about it here.  It has my brain positively buzzing.  In a good way. For those of you who haven’t read it (it seems to be all over the blogosphere right now), it’s about […]

Knitting For Myself

I’ve knit lots for my children, but very little for myself.  Let’s have a look at my knitting Hall Of Shame, shall we?  The only things I have knit for myself are: One-and-a-half socks, still unfinished after a year and a half.  They are a bit tight. A black and white wool sweater made from […]