Happy Tuesday everyone! How are things in your corners of the world? It's warming up a little over here in western North Carolina and I am so grateful for that! Warmer weather means that I can open my curtains during the days, sleep without worrying about getting up to run the propane heater, and even… Continue reading A Wild Path
Hooray for the Full Blue Moon energies! A Gentle Path is now live on Ravelry and I couldn't have done it without my awesome testers. D, L, K, and K - you guys rock! This is a toe-up sock with meandering cables with a hint of lace. One of the most peaceful ways that I… Continue reading A Gentle Path
There are so many things to tell you! I'm not even sure where to start. Where I left off? Hmm... I'll try. After I left my last campsite, I headed southward. I stayed in St. Alban's Roadside Park for a couple nights then went to Stony Fork Campground for a couple nights. During those stays,… Continue reading Onward!
Whew! There is a lot to learn about dyeing out in nature, that's for sure. Gather the wood ahead of time and keep it dry, make sure the water is ready to be used (filling up the pot is not as simple as turning on the faucet anymore), check the weather to make sure there… Continue reading Learning steps
I've been on the road for an entire week and the number of mistakes I've made is absolutely insane. That might seem like hyperbole, but it's the truth. Between forgetting to secure things inside the RV to keep them from bouncing around or falling over, not checking the water lines when I turn the water… Continue reading Dyeing in the woods