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My mom taught me to knit and crochet when I was still in elementary school. I knit and sold stuffed animals for spending money when I was in college. I've gotten much more involved with new yarns and patterns in the last few years and even attended Stitches East the 3 years it was in Baltimore. I've been making a lot of socks lately and now want to try lace.
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Mae's Blog

Heading to Stitches East next week

Posted on October 12, 2011 at 2:08pm 0 Comments

I haven't been on here in a while, but I stopped by to download some podcasts to take on the drive to Stitches East in Hartford CT next week. Is anyone else from this community going? I'm taking 4 classes (Intro to Twined Knitting, Strick-ly Socks, Tradition! and Celtic Cables) and going to both fashion shows and the student banquet.

Reversible Double Knitting

Posted on February 3, 2011 at 9:21pm 0 Comments

I've been doing some little projects to learn reversible double knitting. I've made a potholder and 2 coasters so far.

The potholder is out of some scrap yarns in my stash:

and side 2:…

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Finished Projects 2010

Posted on January 6, 2011 at 8:07pm 1 Comment

Happy New Year all!

I haven't posted anything in ages, so here's an update on the knitting projects I've finished since the last post. I promised a photo of my blocked Annis scarf. Here it is:

After that I moved on to a hat from the Ravelympics Bobicus pattern, made with Garnet and Cream…

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Finished Riverstone Chinook Shawl

Posted on July 15, 2010 at 7:30pm 6 Comments

Here are the pictures of my completed Chinook Shawl:

Before blocking:

Chinook Shawl, before blocking

During blocking:

Chinook Shawl, during blocking

After blocking:…

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Next Weekend - Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival!!!!

Posted on April 25, 2010 at 4:43pm 1 Comment

Next weekend is the HUGE Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival, only 20 minutes from my house. Is anyone from this community planning to attend? One of the local knitting groups, "Columbia Sip and Knit", will have a trailer by the front entrance, stop by and visit on your way in! I'll be around sometime on Sunday afternoon.



Here's the progress on my Chinook Shawl:…



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At 1:32pm on June 16, 2010, Elianastar said…
Welcome to my world! LOL! I am pleased you appreciate my Doctor Who Scarves! Look forward to seeing you about. :-)
At 8:33pm on April 7, 2010, Peggy Stuart said…
Mae: We lived in Indonesia for five years. I had my fill of 90º! I'd rather have the snow! At least knitting and quilting is comfortable. --P
At 8:24pm on April 7, 2010, Susan the Blue Lake Knitter said…
Mae, Thanks for adding me as a friend. I love looking at your finishes projects. and I have followed your blog for a while. Happy knitting! ♥s
At 8:08am on March 8, 2010, Jeanne Fangman said…
Lovely photos. I like your choices for projects. Which patterns did you use for your Ravelympic sweater and for the knitted bears? Hello from Colorado
At 6:15pm on October 19, 2009, Peggy Stuart said…
Mae: Thanks for commenting on my blog! I'm not doing much now because of thumb problems, but I'll be back to it when I recover from thumb surgery. Do you play the recorder? I love the recorder. I can play a little, but I never had any instruction. I tend to learn something by ear before I learn to play the notes as written! I guess we all have our talents. Anyone can spin, though, if they're tenacious enough! Looks like you've done a lot of Entrelac. I've only done a scarf, but that was fun and nice to wear. Love the teddy bears! --P
At 4:01pm on September 8, 2009, Terry said…
Thanks a bunch for that link. I really love that toy/ornament. I really think my kitties would enjoy playing with that unusual shape, especially if there is a bit of catnip hiding inside!
At 6:13pm on May 1, 2009, Deborah "Debbie" Lynn Johnson said…
your bears are adorable, and thanks for the compliment on my first entrelac scarf.
 
 
 

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