A Lesson in DPNS

She held what felt like chaos in her hands. Yet to my eye, her teacher, it looked like she had been knitting with double pointed needles for years. She deftly worked the four wooden needles, three to hold the stitches, one to knit across from point to point. "This is a bit overwhelming, keeping up … Continue reading A Lesson in DPNS

The Only Way

The means for getting anywhere is: one step at a time one foot in front of the other three steps forward, one step back line upon line stitch by stitch stroke after stroke note by note There is no other way. There are no shortcuts. I'm still listening. "Your place in heaven will seem to … Continue reading The Only Way


Say What? For those of you who do not knit, DPNS may be a new word.  It's actually an anacronym for Double Pointed NeedleS.  These are knitting needles which have points on both ends (instead of just one end) and are only about 8" long.  I LOVE working on DPNS! They are used for knitting … Continue reading On My DPNS