August 4, 2010
Have you followed me on Twitter yet?
You should! http://www.twitter.com/darngoodyarn
I love going through in the morning when I wake up and see what’s up in the craft world. My routine is check a handful of stocks, (btw CNBC is reporting that bacon-pork bellies- in the past month has gone from $100ish to $109ish) Gross. Then I read the paper, then check facebook, then I scan through Twitter for a bit.
But no, I’m not going to talk about pork bellies this morning though. I wanted to share this great blog I ran across via a twitter buddy urbanknitfit. I think you’ll really love her… and she’s in Maine! http://tiptoethrough.blogspot.com/
I’m nosey and I always like to read to the about because you get an idea of what you can expect in a blog. abigail:
I’m the knitter of Urban Knitfits and an MFA graduate. I sell my knitting, art, and home goods through my 3 etsy shops! I grew up hearing “oh well you could make that!” from my mother in response to almost anything. This blog is a recording of my creative adventures.
Check out a lovely pic from her blog from a recent post: Click on it to visit the blog
July 15, 2010
Have you been following my antics on Twitter? You really should. Ready to write down my user name….drrrrruuuummmm roolllll….. “darngoodyarn”. Woah baby cakes! Original!
But I have made a friend on Twitter (awwww) Check her out: www.twitter.com/spinndiva and if you need some cool ass patterns check out the antics here: http://ramblingdesigns.blogspot.com/p/patterns.html
But we’re not here to talk about patterns today, I wanted to point you to this awesome blog post about the power of thrift stores, upcycling and sewing! Behold the power: HEY CLICK ME!
MMM hmm. Pretty cool eh?
Click here to visit Rambling Designs
July 5, 2009
Darn Good Yarn Recycled Silk yarn
Hi Stephanie, I do realize it’s been over a year since I’m giving you props for giving me props… but I’ve never had the ability to do this until now (“yea” for technology and a few extra minutes).
Stefanie was so awesome to feature me on her blog when Darn Good Yarn was first opening:Visit her blog now: Glampyre.com
Thank you thank you and yes, I really am addicted to your books and would love to supply my yarn for one of your next projects. Just let me know and I’ll put it in the mail for you the next day!
July 3, 2009
I just wanted to express my thanks to Kelly Rand for writing such a great entry about our Blender Yarn
It really is a cool yarn! This yarn consists of is lightly spun, sometimes whole pieces of silk tied together. It’s chunky, crazy and a step out of the normal. Perfect for show stopping pieces like belts, bags and adventurous ponchos!I feel really lucky to be able to seek out cool yarns and bring them to you! Want to buy it? Click here to learn more!
Please visit this post here! and it was cross linked here