Divine Bird

I believe in a high-fiber diet…like wool, alpaca, cashmere…

July 5, 2014
by Jenny

Tour de Fleece Stage 1

My goal this year is to simply spin every day of the Tour. Aside from my fleeces, I don’t have any large batches of fiber, so I’ll be spinning a whole bunch of different ones. On a good day, I … Continue reading

June 11, 2010
by Jenny

Stealth Knitting

About four years ago, when my granddad was in the hospital, I thought it might be a good idea to knit something big and complex in order to keep my mind off things. I spent quite a lot of time … Continue reading

January 8, 2010
by Jenny
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Once & Future Fiber Meme!

Yeah, yeah, so sue me.  I liked this meme.  The lovely Rows Red and The Painted Sheep both did it, so why not follow in the footsteps of greatness?   (Love you both!) Looking back, what was your major knitting/crochet/spinning … Continue reading

January 3, 2010
by Jenny
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The Obligatory Resolution Post

Ok, so honestly, I don’t believe in resolutions.  Like many people, I find that forcing a major change on oneself just leads to frustration and disappointment if one fails to meet that change.  Instead, I like to set goals for … Continue reading

January 1, 2009
by Jenny

2009 Resolution Check-In Time

My resolutions are simple this year, as they always are: 1.  I will get back into posting more often on my blog.  I may join NaBloPoMo, or maybe I’ll participate in Saturday Sky or something similar.  Whatever I do, my … Continue reading

November 6, 2008
by Jenny

Hey, Look! Yarn! Knitting! Soup!

I’m sure you were all wondering what happened to all the fibery stuff that’s supposed to be on this blog.  Here you go: First, the hat I made a couple of months ago and have been wearing but just got … Continue reading

October 26, 2008
by Jenny

The Green Brown Sweater Project

As you may know, I joined a Spin-Along on Ravelry (Rav link) with the theme of “Spinning for a Sweater”.  I chose the awesome emerald green Rambouillet/silk/kid mohair blend I got from this year’s CT Sheep & Wool festival since … Continue reading

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