Monthly Archives: July 2020

Some Progress and a Loss

Yet another sweater for some purpose- likely sale or gift- is finished. It’s a large, drop shouldered wool and alpaca casual style with some collar detail. I have (with the help of enablers in our local fiber guild) discovered over … Continue reading

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Follow -UP! ISS interesting info.

I randomly typed in “astronauts who knit” today. Found this tidbit.   Sewing (knitting?some confusion there) at 17000mph…..How did I miss the years ago? Karen Nyberg Back on earth at the Houston Quilt Festival Quilting in space   Ironically – … Continue reading

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Early morning transit: Right on time!

  If you’ve seen the space station fly over, you’ll understand different perspectives. From our view these brave folks appear to be flying in a bright point of light, somewhere close to twice Jupiter in size brightness right now. Twenty … Continue reading

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