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About Dominic
I am the technical editor for the Sheep to Shawl online courses. If you have any questions about something not working or don't understand the flow our the courses online, you can contact me on the contact page. https://sheeptoshawl.com/contact

Resistance Update 8/22/2017

Resistance Update 8/22/2017 Last week I posted a general update after taking part of the summer off from these regular resistance blog posts. This week, I want to get back to the What Happened and What You Can Do Next format. What Happened The lists of what happened — the “not normal” things that are […]

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Kitty Kat Mystery Knit Along

Starts July 22nd, 2017 on Ravelry.com PLEASE NOTE: Our dyer is hard at work and if you order after July 1st, we can not guarantee delivery before July 22nd, 2017. If you do order now, we will try our best to get you your yarn & book before August 7th. We will delay the start […]

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Sharing Your Knitting

Sharing Your Knitting If you’re new to charity and activist knitting, here are some ideas for finding welcoming homes for your hand-knit gifts. Your local yarn shop may have a charity knitting group or work with local charities. If you can’t find anything in your area, check out these national and international organizations: Afghans for […]

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The Granny Witches

I love this! — Send out your magic. Don’t be the last of your kind. We are the daughters of the Celts and the offspring of Druids and medieval mavens and the natives of the old world craft. And yes, God knows your name. Tell your tales and bewitch history, just like the mother mountains […]

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Needles the old way

Did you know that in the old way of sizing knitting needles, the bigger the number, the smaller the needle was? Size 26 was like today’s 8/0 (.5mm). If you want to learn about Victorian era knitting, check out Stories In Stitches 5, our first in the series about knitting during the U.S. Civil War, […]

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