Monthly Archives: March 2016

more knitting

One skein wonder. 100g Berocco ReMix. No pattern.  Ended up tying this, when buttoning it was the intention. and since that part was longer than I thought it would be, it did not reduce enough. Still, am obviously not wearing … Continue reading

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updates

That time of year when garden updates are frequent. First, potatoes.  Since I’m container growing my potatoes,  its been largely experimentation rather than success.  So this year bought some real seed potatoes (8 in the package, already sprouting), NORLAND.  Putting … Continue reading

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Asparagus!

Last fall planted 25 bare root Asparagus plants.  The fall weather was mild and about 3 of them shot up right away and I let them be.  With the early warm weather we’re having, 22 have put up shoots so … Continue reading

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garden update 2016

With the record breaking heat, have to get the garden up and running quick or will be into the high heat dirth before anything has a chance!  This is one of my container areas that is getting totally re-arranged.  The … Continue reading

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another done

  This is the third in a series of knit shells am making this year with Berocco ReMix. 250 grams and fits the best of the bunch.  Still have enough to make two more; one a sleeveless shell and one … Continue reading

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