There’s been a lot of concern, confusion and angst by site owners here on WordPress.com ahead of implementing the EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation on May 25th and the impact that will have on site owners and visitors. At the moment, the only thing I can suggest is that you take the time to read… Continue reading This site and the GDPR
Due to recent changes in the CafePress agreement, I've had to close my Yarnaholic Confessions CafePress shop permanently after nearly 12 years. Hopefully you ordered enough of my sheepy Holiday cards to hold you over until I find a good place to publish them again. In the meantime, if you've found any of the information… Continue reading Buy Me a Coffee?
I've so neglected my blog as to be criminal. I'd rename it "The Solitary Knitter" if there wasn't already a site by that name. When I stopped working over a year ago, I finally had the time to join up with the knitting group in my area. The meetings I attended were fun and inspiring and… Continue reading Move along. Nothing to see here.
Amy has just advised that Patreon has backed down and will not be rolling out the new fee schedule! Amy is none-the-less setting up an alternate donation system for those that want it. More to come; stay tuned. In the meantime, however, Knitty lost 200 patrons. 😦 Creators and Patrons, We’ve heard you loud and… Continue reading Crisis Somewhat Averted!-A Knitty/Patreon Update
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Update December 13th, 2017: Amy has just advised that Patreon has backed down and will not be rolling out the new fee schedule! Crisis averted! Amy is none-the-less setting up an alternate donation system for those that want it. More to come; stay tuned. Meanwhile Knitty lost 200 patrons. 😦 You may have noticed from… Continue reading Knitty and the Patreon conundrum
Best early Birthday present ever from someone who knows both me and my knitting really, really well. 🙂 Now, do I drink from it or put my knitting needles in it?
In what must be some kind of record for soliciting infant head cozies, the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) has put out an open call for hand-knitted baby hats. And not just any baby hats—they have to be purple. Read more at Mentalfloss