De Rambles On …

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My Winnebago Minnie Winnie, “Roada”. Eagle River, Alaska, September 2021.

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Baxter & Rhonda

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Framed horse (16”x20”) made from copper wire, handspun yarn and raw fleece.

Spinning is only one of several fiber-related hobbies I enjoy. Once you can create yarn, whole new worlds open up. I think of myself as a spinner and a fiber artist.

“We have two lives, one we’re given and the other one we make.”

– Mary Chapin Carpenter

4 thoughts on “De Rambles On …

  1. Hi Ruth! It occurred to me this morning, since my most recent blog was all about Ronni’s new winter coat 💗, that I didn’t know if you are following my blog or not – so I’m sending you this invitation. I’m coming up on my 1-year anniversary! Boy, have I been chatty this past year. 😂

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  2. Hey there! I just came across your blog. Any tips for someone who doesn’t have any experience beyond beginner sewing projects and a little bit of cross-stitching to start knitting? I have no clue where to begin!

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    1. Easy-peasy! First, see if there is a knitting guild or even just a casual knitting group in your area. Look up “yarn stores near me” – they will know most of the regulars and may be able to put you in touch.

      If that isn’t an option, there are TONS of online knitting tutorial videos. When I was trying to learn new or complicated stitches, I’d find a stitch-specific YouTube video and just practice it over and over. 👍

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