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I’m a Scrappy Broad

Posted on Thursday, August 26th, 2010

This week I am getting close to finishing a blanket. Not usually my cup of tea, but this one is magnificent. There are 2 reasons why. 1. I love scrap yarn projects. Previously I did rugs. I feel like the noble green knitter using the discarded trash of consumer thirsty beasts. Also, I am cheap [...]

Teach Me, Tiger

Posted on Thursday, August 12th, 2010

Recently on the MKM Facebook page, I asked for questions from non-knitters. What do you guys want to know? Ja’Lyn asked how long it takes to learn to knit. What an incredibly complicated question. Easy answer: somewhere between one day and never. I first attempted knitting in the winter of 2003. I bought a book called [...]

Knitted Gifts or I’m Just Not That Into You

Posted on Thursday, July 29th, 2010

Some people knit only one thing. I know sock knitters who are vigilant. They make socks like it’s their job. I’m a wanderer. I have made sweaters, toys, shoes, whatever. Once a made a tree full of the Old Ones for Cthulumas. I like a challenge. I have knit a lot of gifts too, but I [...]

Who Gives A Knit

Posted on Wednesday, July 21st, 2010

Knitting is all the rage. Stupid little hipsters in their stupid little houses are knitting stupid little scarves as we speak. They are writing books about knitting, using phrases like “stitch and bitch” or “not your mothers knitting”. Gross. It is your mother’s knitting. For that matter, it’s yourgreat-great-great-great grandmother’s knitting. Get over yourself. I hate to dissolve the magical [...]

Weekend Guest – Tim Robinson

Posted on Saturday, May 23rd, 2009

To say that Tim is just a game designer is to do him a disservice. Before he ever thinks about the mechanics and dynamics of a game, he is building worlds.

Weekend Guest – Rebecca Parker

Posted on Saturday, May 16th, 2009

Every human being is an artist, a freedom being, called to participate in transforming and reshaping the conditions, thinking and structures that shape and inform our lives.

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