Further to the earlier post: Artyarns voluntarily dismissed their action against Tilli Tomas on July 25. TT had never served an answer or taken any step with the court. Perhaps they’ve arrived at some agreement? Personally, I still don’t like … Continue reading
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We interrupt the previous rant to bring you the latest news flash from the administrator of the Stitch & Bitch Cafe. I’m not certain what motivated the mass e-mailing, because this information has been posted on their own forum since … Continue reading
In the April edition of KnitNet (I know, it’s the end of July; I only happened to look today) we have a pretty brief editorial based on the theme of “no good deed ever goes unpunished”. This moral is supported … Continue reading
I have already lived to regret glibly posting that I’d see if Mrs C’s gynametric pattern drafting instructions had any relevance to an uncorseted, food-loving twenty-first century body. If you’re going to follow along, you’ll need the PDF that Kathleen … Continue reading
Elizabeth’s Percentage System, nothing. Kathleen Fasanella just posted pages from The Science of Gynametry by Mrs. M.V. Coleman, published in 1887. Instructions on drafting a (sewing) pattern based on a single body measurement: your wrist! When I have time, I’m … Continue reading
If you’re on the Colourway mailing list, you’ll have seen the notice about the end of the Jaeger line of yarns that had been sister to Rowan for so many years. (Colourway has marked down the yarns by 25%, and … Continue reading
Everytime I take one of those “sorting” quizzes, I get sorted into Slytherin. Woo!
What, exactly, fuels Courtney Love’s (ecstactic) writing? (I note that she can spell. She just can’t type.)
In thunder, lightning, or in court? When the motion for costs done, When the new lawsuit’s lost and won. ETA: since Kim has taken the time to post a comment, I’ve edited this post to reflect some of what she … Continue reading
In Spanish, it means chain; in French (if you add an “s” to the end) it means lock. Either way, it seems that somebody secured the resolution they wanted. Now we know why the action was discontinued. In text (the … Continue reading