Current Projects, Videos

Crocheting from Scratch

Recently, I've had the opportunity to teach some people how to crochet from scratch. I think the best way to learn how to crochet is to find someone who is willing to sit down and show you how. (My Grandma taught me how to crochet when I was little!) I recognize, however, that isn't something… Continue reading Crocheting from Scratch

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Cool Stuff, Current Projects

My Colourful Obsession

When I find something I really, really like, I have zero chill; I obsess over it. That's what happened when I decided to make a shawl using colourful yarn. I scoured the internet for just the right colour changing yarn, when I landed on Scheepjes Whirl. Of course, it's nowhere to be found in my… Continue reading My Colourful Obsession

Current Projects, Geekery

It Could Make the Kessel Run in 12 Parsecs

Yes, this ship could totally make the Kessel Run in 12 parsecs. First of all, yes, I realize that a parsec is a unit of distance (3.26 light years) and not a unit of time. (But it makes for a great opening line while teaching my students about astronomical distance.) So, technically, Han is boasting… Continue reading It Could Make the Kessel Run in 12 Parsecs

Current Projects, Free Patterns

(Crochet) Maple Leaf Forever

Well, Canada Day is right around the corner. This Canada Day, of course, is special because it's 150 years since confederation. If you'd rather not say "Happy 150th, Canada!" (because age is just a number after all) you can always go with "Happy Sesquicentennial, Canada!", because silly words are more fun to say. My Dad… Continue reading (Crochet) Maple Leaf Forever