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I've been taught to knit & crochet in middle school, but it wasn't until I got older, that I fell in love playing with yarns and needles. I learned to spin in college.
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Baby on the way.

Posted on September 12, 2011 at 1:44pm 7 Comments

My husband and I are expecting our 1st and surely the only baby in Feb.



It's a girl!



We've tried for over a year for this baby, and I almost lost hope thinking I was…

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Maryland Sheep & Wool Festival 2010

Posted on May 2, 2010 at 9:30am 1 Comment





I am toasted from the heat.



My darling husband decided to ditch me this year and go fishing in Chesapeake Bay instead. He didn’t catch anything.



Thanks to my mother-in-law who lives just down the road from the Howard County Fairground, drove us through the back road and avoided main traffic.



Her fair skin could hardly take the heat, but she came through…

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Crochet Projects

Posted on January 10, 2009 at 5:00pm 4 Comments

Although I have learned to knit and crochet in middle school, I have always been more familiar with knitting and fearing crochet. For some reason, my stitches were never even when crocheting. I finally gathered enough courage to teach myself to crochet from the scratch this past year, and thanks to the help of my local library books, I was able to finish simple projects, one by one .



The Chrysanthemum Tea Shawls from Amazing Crochet Lace by Doris Chan made fantastic… Continue

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At 12:37am on December 17, 2010, Janice Aitkens said…

HI Juliana, well i think you would find a change this year in Edinburgh as they are having a bad winter they had it bad a few weeks ago & that hadn't cleared & they are getting it again

My part of the UK we had snow late November & we may be getting more in the next few days as it coming down from Scotland, but the whole of the UK are having very low temperatures & should get snow over the next few days so we just have to see how we go.

I don't have anything on my needles at present i done some facial wash mittens but that it, that one good thing with knitwear that is 2 or more colours it makes it double thickness to extra warm well you take care & have a good day

Hugs Hugs Janice

At 6:14am on September 13, 2010, Janice Aitkens said…
Thanks you Juliana for adding me to your friends list, had a look at your work you do some beautiful work
Hugs Janice
At 6:14pm on April 22, 2010, Peggy Stuart said…
Hi, Juliana! Good luck with you potential new baby! Our DD just went through that, and she's happily PG, baby due in June. Don't worry if it takes a while, though. There are new babies everywhere, have you noticed?
At 10:35am on April 3, 2010, Bonnie said…
I have just viewed your photos. All your projects are great and I especially enjoyed the baby items. I'm still in knitting mode for 1st grand baby as our little one is 16 days old. Happy Easter.
❀Bonnie
At 8:27am on April 20, 2009, NoKnitSherlock said…
I want to see all the cute kimono's!!!
Please post photos - ;)
~Susan xxx

(if your sis does cloth diapers, you could knit her some 'days of the week' soakers!)
At 9:57am on February 26, 2009, NoKnitSherlock said…
I have both those books and they have a great selection of patterns. Your little niece/nephew is very lucky to have a crafty Auntie!
Happy knitting!
~Susan xxx
At 4:17pm on February 24, 2009, NoKnitSherlock said…
I really love baby knits in neutral colors. It gives them such a vintage feel! I can't wait to see the finished pieces!
~Susan xxx
At 10:14am on February 17, 2009, Peggy Stuart said…
Hi, Typhoon! I read your comment on my blog. Of course, you can have bread and jam with your tea! --Peggy
At 6:07pm on January 28, 2009, KnitterGirl39 said…
I really like the shawls - so pretty
At 12:54pm on January 27, 2009, Mr. Clippy said…
Wow! That is quite a journey Juliana. Hopefully you have more tours planned for the future. I did my first this past year. Indianapolis to Guffy(pop. 28), Colorado to visit freinds. Awesome trip, met a lot of crosscountry riders on the TransAmerica route. Followed that up with a week of hiking on the Colorado Trail. I won't bore you with the whole list of bicycle tours I would like to do:-) My other ambitions include hiking the AT, PCT and CDT. Good to hear from a fellow adventurer. Thanks. Robert
 
 
 

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