Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Sock Blocker Sock

Sassy is back to knitting socks, albeit mini socks/
key chain or Christmas ornament. It came as a kit.
But of course the Sassy One had to tweak it.

Troy sock yarn.
#2 circular needles.
Cast on 14 stitches.
K1, P1 4 rows.
Knit 12 rows.

Short row heel on 7 stitches/ 3 stitch heel.
Resume knitting in the round 15 round.

Rearrange stitches.
10 stitches on heel side needle
5 stitches on front needle.

Toe: Round 1 Knit to last 3 stitches, k 2tog, k1, knit across,
                    k1, SSK, k to the end.
        Round 2 Knit all stitches.
        Round 3 Knit to last 3 stitches, K1, k 2tog, SSK, k1, k 2tog,
        Cut yarn, leaving tail, thread through the stitches, pull tight.
        Sew in your ends.
        Crochet a chain through edge of cuff for ornament.

Monday, July 16, 2018


August 18th Sassy and Jenn daughter # 2 will teach
a knitting workshop at the Saugerties Library from
1:30 to 4:30.

Stay cool. Join the circle. A fun project!

Sunday, July 8, 2018

Weaving Curves

Melting in the July heat Sassy is weaving
curves or one might say waves. Very fun!
Very mind bending, one does not daydream
while weaving this draft.

Woven of tencel for both warp and weft
the sample requires an eight harness loom.
Talented weaver Bonnie Inouye created the
draft for this sample: deemed a net work
drafted twill.

The attribution for this project is 'cool'.

Thank you Bonnie for sharing. It was
a joy to weave.

Friday, June 22, 2018

Weaver Birds

Weaver Birds

Thursday, June 21, 2018

Ms. Grace Graduates

Ms. Grace as always you are so beautiful.

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Interment Camps for Babies and Toddlers

"What if it was your child?"
Sassy can not even imagine it.

What is to be done?

Terry Tempest Williams asks,
"What needs to be counted on to have a voice?
Courage. Anger. Love. Something to say;
Someone to speak; Someone to listen."

I pray for courage. I feel anger. I have love.

Pray for someone in power to listen, for this
 travesty to end..

Friday, June 15, 2018

The Red Thread

Sassy has been studying the red thread myth.

Weavers from different cultures add a red thread to their art
to free their creativity to seek new challenges. A red thread
seeks an answering spirit or assumes a spiritual affirmation.

The red thread  myth inspires weaving innovation, a spiritual
dimension to a work.