Category Archives: Twisted Fiber Art

A Twisted Fiber Art Rainbow

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Two Yarns

I’m delighted to be participating in the second year of Knitting and Crochet Blog Week.  I enjoyed it so much last year.  Thanks, Eskimimi! My relationship with yarn has been different from most people’s for about five years – ever … Continue reading

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We Interrupt our Fingerless Mitt Discussion …

I know I said that I would show you the start of my fingerless mitt for Franklin today, but Hazel is here with one of the hats I’ve recently given her and the beaded cuffs I made and gave her … Continue reading

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Rebooting a Colorway

Meg has her own terminology for a lot of things.  In her terms, rebooting is what she does to an old colorway which she hasn’t dyed yet with her current set of dyes.  (It has been taking a long, long … Continue reading

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Subtle Pattern / Dramatic Color

This is the story of my knitting to a large extent.  With the dramatic colorways that Meg dyes, I find that I do best with subtle patterning.  So here is the latest finished object from my needles:  Meg’s Quirky Socks.  … Continue reading

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Swatching for Twisted Fiber Art

As anyone who reads this blog knows, my daughter Meg is the dyer for (and founder of) Twisted Fiber Art.  She has specialized for some years in self-striping yarns and over the last couple of years has added what she … Continue reading

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