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For me, colour and texture rule and most of the inspiration feeding my imagination comes from the natural world. I see knitting as art, as viable as any other, and no matter what the tool or preferred palette, in human hands, magic happens.


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Wednesday, March 20, 2013


One of the many reasons why I crave spring after a long, cold winter is COLOR! I've never been a big fan as white accept as it applies to light. Knitting certainly helps ease the color starvation by providing rich, luminous, yarns with which to play but, oh, let me walk among growing things! Here's a few pictures to warm your starving hearts while waiting for your gardens to awaken.

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Posted by Jane on 03/20 at 06:24 AM

Sunday, March 10, 2013

Swimming in Aquamarine

This has been a cold, bitter winter for the northern climes and escaping the deep-freeze of the 'nor east made all my aches and pains a little more bearable. So off I went to the Turks & Caicos islands for a bit of respite as well as to research an Island Cadre for next winter. I imagined us knitting on a beautiful balcony overlooking the ocean, a balcony cooled by the tradewinds blowing silky breezes from the aqua sea. And I found the perfect island..

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Posted by Jane on 03/10 at 07:32 PM

Monday, March 04, 2013

Next Florida Cadre: St. Augustine, Florida. February 23, 24, 24 2014

Mark your calendars: next February on the Atlantic Coast of Florida, I'll be hosting a Historic Cadre with Deb Lambert in a location rich in history, beautiful streets, plenty of interesting things to do plus a knitting workshop on free-range feather and fan. Take a look at the St. George's Inn which I've picked out for our venue.

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Posted by Jane on 03/04 at 06:49 AM

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