Through the Keyhole

Several weekends ago, the weather finally headed into an extended warm stretch. Saturday morning started off a little more overcast and breezy than I expected, but the clouds started to clear about 1pm, and the breeze, while still present, helped to cool down the warmer parts of the day. Robert continued on the massive task … Continue reading Through the Keyhole

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Knit Wits (Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Sewing with Knits)

[There are pictures of a man in underwear in this entry. Nothing revealing, but I figured I would warn you. And thank Robert for being kind and comfortable enough with me taking and posting a picture of him in his new underwear.] I have been sewing for a good long portion of my life. For … Continue reading Knit Wits (Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Sewing with Knits)

If you make it, they will come – No.Va. Mini Maker Faire

Around the middle of March, I took part in Northern Virginia's Mini Maker Faire, held at South Lakes High School and Langston Hughes Middle School, in Reston, VA. To my knowledge, this was the first such fair in Northern Virginia. There have been several mini maker faires held fairly locally before - Silver Spring being … Continue reading If you make it, they will come – No.Va. Mini Maker Faire