Category Archives: knitting

Over the last weeks, I’v finally gotten around to get some more knitting done, too, taking the needles into hand in the evenings. So after working on it on what feels like ages, my Moyen Age sweater is finally nearing … Continue reading

Posted in knitting | Leave a comment

… in Baton Rouge, heading for the trains… It’s finished, finally – I dealt with all the ends on Friday evening and got to wear it for the first time on Saturday. It’s lovely, it’s silky, and it is surprisingly … Continue reading

Posted in knitting | 5 Comments

And here you go again, with an assortment of links in various flavours! Maybe you have seen the claims that the Voynich manuscript has been deciphered – this has been debunked right away. Bonus article about how it’s not been … Continue reading

Posted in and now for something completely different, archaeology, knitting | 2 Comments

The current knitting project, Baton Rouge, is coming near its end – the lace border around the front is almost done, and what remains now is to sew the (already blocked) sleeves together and sew them in – and then … Continue reading

Posted in knitting | Leave a comment

Talk Like A Pirate Day is drawing nearer again (September 19!), and that is a good reason to pull out the Pirate Robert hats again and take some more photos – especially since the hat pattern is going to be … Continue reading

Posted in behind the (website) scenes, knitting, photography | Leave a comment

Some more stuff, while I am prepping for Bielefeld in the background and still trying to get on top of the heap… Here’s a free Dragon Lace pattern – for you knitters among us. The really fun thing about it … Continue reading

Posted in and now for something completely different, knitting | Leave a comment

All the sitting and standing in line at WorldCon, by the way, meant prime knitting time for me – and I think I haven’t ever had two weeks of holidays in which I have knitted so much. I left the … Continue reading

Posted in knitting | Leave a comment