For a good part of the time I was in Casper, I was lucky to have knitting friends, and friends who didn’t knit but who liked to get together with good food and conversation who weren’t bothered by the constant twitch of yarn and needles. Still, I did—and do—most of my yarn-based pursuits in private, … More in good company
On December 20, I finished the first draft of the novel I’ve been working on since June. The euphoria of it lasted for about as long as it took to print a copy, stack the pages evenly, and bind it with yarn because it was too large to fit in any manuscript box that I … More what comes after the draft?
After a bit of inspiration yesterday from this article, I decided to break out some of the crafty things I’ve been saving up. Over the summer, I got turned on to book arts by the inimitable Deborah Poe, and since then I’ve been gathering up interesting odds and ends with the intention of making some … More I’m not sure it counts as fine craftsmanship, but–