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yarn harlot search main menu skip to primary content skip to secondary content post navigation ← older posts dear elliot posted on april 19, 2017 by stephanie pearl-mcphee 268 i did not know, my sweetness, what it would feel like to be a grandmother. i tried to imagine it, and i wasn’t able to, not the whole time that you were on your way. i knew i would love you, that was certain – but the rest of it was a secret i’m only just now figuring out. my own mother has turned out to be such a wonderful grandmother, that i felt a lot of pressure, so i hope i do okay. it has started like this – you are so beautiful that i have shown your picture to every person i have encountered in the last 10 days. (the lady at the wine store agrees that you are perfect, and the guy who does our taxes (your poppy joe sent that one) agrees. several taxi drivers have concurred, and i like to think that the lady at the grocery store can’t wait for an update.)  i have not been so besotted of a human since your mum and aunties were in my arms. i cannot get enough of you, your tiny fingernails are miraculous, your little mouth, so like your mother’s, i could look at it all day. in this way, my elliot, becoming a grandmother was like becoming a mother. you are like sunshine, i can watch you for hours, and holding your small body in my arms almost hurts, it is so divine. it’s different than being a mother though, because i am not afraid.  i don’t worry you’ll stop breathing, i am unconcerned by your snuffles and sneezes, i am not anxious about hypothermia if your hands feel cool, and i don’t fear for your future when you sleep through a feeding. i felt that fear for your mum, and it was all used up on her. i’ve seen how it goes now, and i know you’re not as tenuously here as it seems. when your mum asks me if you’re okay, it’s with an easy heart that i can reply that your are not just okay, you’re perfect. you changed that – promoting me from fretting, over-concerned mother, to confident, unworried grandmother, and it’s a change i’m enjoying. it is no longer my responsibility to make what feel like crushing, all important decisions about life and death matters, like whether or not you should have socks on. that is for your mum and dad, and the part of me that remembers the feeling enjoys watching them fuss over you. (the present debate centres around your fingernails. do they need cutting? are they too long? what if you scratch yourself? how should they cut them if they are too long? they are beautifully finding their feet as parents, and seeing them take on the role and the responsibility so well is almost as compelling and satisfying as your eyebrows.) you’ve rippled through our whole little family, reminding me that babies are huge that way. though you’re tiny, you’ve had an impact on all of our lives. our whole dynamic has changed and we’re all looking forward, and dreaming, and imagining who you’re going to be, and what you’ll be like. so far, you’re easygoing, thoughtful, and worried – a lot like (me) and your great uncle tupper, who’s name you bear. i’ve been thinking a lot about him this week, and i thought a lot about my own grandparents too,  as i did with your mother and aunties, wishing that they were here, wishing they could see you. i was blessed elliot, with the most wonderful grandparents in the world, and though i only had them until i was in my teens, they remain two of the most powerful people of my life.  it was this that was in my mind when i started your blanket. the centre panel is lily-of-the-valley. it was an easy choice – for it reminds me of my own grandmother. it was a favourite of hers, and at her house a long bed of it bloomed every spring, and smelled like heaven. your mother is named for my grandmother, and you’re the child who makes me a grandmother, and so lilly-of-the-valley it was. surrounding that centre is a wee border of ring lace. tiny, perfect circles, meant as a symbol of the whole family that surrounds you. we are a small family, but we are tight, and we know how to operate as a team. it’s been said that we’re a hard family to break into – but you, little boy, are in, and the force of the wee and fierce mcphee army stands round you. that motif gives way to a pattern of dog paws, meant to acknowledge your dog penny. (she’s the border collie who keeps trying to lick your face, and comes over every time you fuss to make sure that someone is taking care of her people-puppy.)  i am not a dog person, but penny is a very good dog, and i suspect she’s going to be your first and fiercest friend. the largest border on your blanket is your heritage – where you come from, in the context of the great big world. your mother is canadian, so snowflakes for her – and your father is nicaraguan, so the little flowers are nicaragua’s national flower, the sacuanjoche. (it is hard to knit one, but i think it’s close. maybe when i teach you to knit you’ll come up with something better.) finally, the edging i choose for you is an old one – unlike the dog paws, snowflakes or the flowers, i didn’t have to make it up. it’s a variation of print o’ the wave, and besides being beautiful, it’s a symbol of much. the water we all love to be near and in,  and the water you were born from and into, the wave of love that carried you here, and it isn’t lost on me that it looks a lot like the climbing plant in your living room that your parents both love. all together, your blanket is just over 2 and a half kilometres of silk and wool, soft and strong, like i hope you and life will be. it is a great thing to be resilient, and gentle.  it took me months to make it, and it’s one of the most beautiful things i’ve ever made. i shudder to think how many stitches are in it, but know that i didn’t resent a one of them. they all hold my hope and joy, and there is so much of that – i couldn’t have knit a stitch less. i know that right now, we don’t know each other very well. you’re young, and you’re perfect and you sleep a lot, and so much about you is yet to be revealed. will you play the piano, like me? the guitar like joe? will you be tenderhearted, like erin and your mum, or dangerously witted, like your great grandmother bonnie or your great uncle tupp? will you be able to write like your grammy or my grampa, will you love crosswords and languages and travelling like ian? will you be fierce like your aunt amanda? resilient like samantha? are you the child who is finally curly-haired, like me? will you be tall? what will come from your father and his family? what will be all yours – the things that make you your own self, that we all come to think of as your gifts? we can’t wait to find out, and i am weepy and overwhelmed thinking of a lifetime of learning you. you will go on to do a great many things, but know that even though you are so little, you have already changed the world. though i will do my best to stand between you and sadness, you are going to have bad days. it is my fondest wish that on those days, you remember this.  you are a wanted, longed for, and deeply loved person, and you are everything we ever hoped would happen. you are my grandson. welcome, and i love you. grammy posted in uncategorized | 268 replies on the outside posted on april 14, 2017 by stephanie pearl-mcphee 495 i have started and deleted this post about twenty times. editing, deleting, re-writing, deleting, trying to say the right things about elliot’s arrival, and what it was like. this time i’m just going to write straight through, and whatever happens, happens, because like all the times i try to write about big things, it never seems right, but now that i’ve realized i was writing about the wrong thing, maybe it just will be. elizabeth stone wrote “making the decision to have a child – it’s momentous. it is to decide forever to have your heart go walking outside your body.” i’ve always felt this, as most mothers do, to be absolutely true, and wonderful, and horrible and risky in its truth.  motherhood for me has been all of those things. fabulous and heartbreaking and easy and hard and dangerous and frightening and glorious. usually all at the same time, and while you are doing laundry.  i tell you this, because it perhaps explains what happened to me when megan told me she was pregnant. i knew it was coming. i’d even suspected it for a while, and i thought that when they made the decision to get married a baby was what they were really after, but somehow – when megan said that she was expecting, i did something horrible. i congratulated her and alex, and then i excused myself, and i went to the bathroom and cried. not happy tears either, not “i’m so happy for you” tears, but some sort of heartbreak that took me by surprise. everyone knew i was crying, and it was days before i knew why, or could even start to explain myself. i think that people thought that i didn’t want to be a grandmother, or that i thought she was too young (she’s not) or that i’m bad with transitions (i am) or that i was too young (i’m not.) it wasn’t that at all – i was fine with me being a grandmother.  i was heartbroken that meg was going to be a mother. that her fine, young, happy heart was going to start going round around outside her body, and that with that, she would get all the joy, and also all the pain and work and risk that motherhood brings. it was a maternal reaction, i see that now. some wild urge to protect my daughter from… well. let’s be frank. i wanted to protect her from everything she’d ever done to me, and it took me a few months to settle down, but i did. (as an aside, this trait must run in the family, because i think my mum went through the same thing.) as the months went on i started looking forward to it, and as a retired birth worker, i was over the moon when meg asked me if i’d come to her birth. she was planning a home birth with midwives – a practice i wholeheartedly support, and the way i had my girls, and she set about preparing herself, and her husband alex did the same. (a little note here, let’s not debate home birth in the comments. i know it is not the case in much of north america, but here in ontario we have educated, licensed midwives who are registered primary care attendants, and they are covered in our provincial health care plan. the research where we live is clear. low-risk healthy women and babies are more likely to stay that way if they give birth at home.) i (eventually) became beyond excited. let’s fast forward to last thursday, when i was about to get on a plane and leave my daughter to work at the dfw fiber fest. i’d booked the work before meg was even pregnant, and although it was a tiny bit of a risk, i felt sure that it would be okay. first babies are seldom early, and almost never that early, and so with meg’s blessing, i got on that plane and left. friday morning i texted her and said something like “whew! we got through the first night without you having a baby!” and two minutes later the text came back… “about that…” meg was (maybe) in labour. she’d started having contractions about every ten minutes that morning. i swore, and then i went to breakfast.  sometimes labours start and stop. contractions didn’t mean a baby was coming – so i went to work. i taught the morning, and then at lunch, meg texted that they hadn’t stopped, and i spent the next 15 minutes having a complete nervous breakdown. i tried to find the part of me that could stay at work and miss the birth. i tried to imagine the part of me that did that, the part of me that has been to so many births for clients, but misses my own daughters, – and then i called my friend jen (student midwife) and she told me what i already knew. “go home.” she said. “i’m supposed to work two more days” i said. “imagine that it’s twenty years from now” she said. “where will you wish you had been?” right around then, a representative of the dfw guild walked into the room, and i told her everything. i might even have almost cried. i told her i was trying to be the sort of person who stayed and taught while her grandchild was being born, but that i was failing. then i stood there, and looked at her, and… blog, i will be eternally grateful for this…she said “family first. what do you need to get home?”  (here i must note: my eternal thanks go out to the executive of the dfw guild, and the knitters who were booked to have a class with me and missed out. your generosity and kindness was a tremendous gift, one that i will never be able to repay, though this time next year, i’ll try.) a quick call to joe, and i was tentatively booked on the 7:30pm flight to toronto. (it was the soonest one.) i taught the rest of the day, then checked in with meg to see if things were still underway (they were) then joni (the spectacular teacher liaison for the guild) drove me to my hotel, i bugged out faster than a mash unit, and she drove me to the airport like james bond. i was at the airport about 45 minutes after class ended. the whole flight home, i was wild. what if the baby is born before i get there? what if i go home and the baby is born in three weeks and i left for nothing? how mad will the knitters be? i was my dear blog, a mess.  (photo below of the guy who sat next to me on the plane, and upon learning that i was flying home for the birth of a grandchild, showed me 837364557 pictures of his granddaughter, born just months before. he was reassuring.) joe picked me up from the airport at 1am, the baby not born yet, and he was so excited that when he got out of the car to put my case in the trunk, he forgot to put the car in park and had to chase it. the family text group was on fire. no baby yet, contractions continuing… meg was going to try and rest. by 5am her contractions were at 5 minutes apart, and we all knew it was showtime. i spent the day knitting on the blanket, checking my phone to make sure the volume was on, and trying to deal with joe, who was (still) so excited, that when he got on the phone with air canada to cancel his flight to calgary that day, as he explained to the agent that his daughter was having a baby, cried from joy enough that she didn’t charge him a change fee. by late afternoon, i was crazy. i’d been texting with alex, who kept assuring me that meg was doing beautifully, but knowing meg, and knowing how my labours had been, i had the feeling that she was farther along that she was letting on. i had a sneaking suspicion that her ability to cope so beautifully was making it look like her labour wasn’t intense, when really, she was about to bomb drop a baby on us. (i know this, because it’s pretty much what i did with her and her sisters. mcphee women specialize in having a grip, often to our own detriment. we are stealth. you never know when we need help.) alex, who was doing a spectacularly wonderful job and knows this about his wife, snapped and called me and the midwife around suppertime. i arrived, walked in the door, and meg fell into my arms. it was very, very clear to me that there would be a baby soon, and she settled into the birth pool, and then… oh blog. she proceeded to break my heart into a million pieces, over and over, and over again. she was graceful. she was gorgeous. she was strong and she was gentle and she was… she was perfect. her labour with her babe was just like my labour with her, and i was carried on waves of remembrance and of pride and while on the outside, i helped her and alex and the midwife set up. while she breathed her baby out and let it carry her, on the outside of me, i held a cool cloth to her brow and held her hand, and laid out towels and birth supplies, and on the inside, there were no words. never, in my life has my heart walked round more outside my body, never have i felt more keenly the cord that connects me forever to a person i gave birth to.  there are no words for her strength. she was absolutely perfect. absolutely beautiful, and absolutely something i had always hoped she would be. at 8:17pm, her baby slid from her, and the midwife gave him a little push, forward between meg’s legs, and he rose up, right in front of her in the water. she sat back on her knees, looked at him swimming there, and then reached down, and lifted him up to her, up out of the water, and into the world of air, and wild things, and love. i had expected, blog, that in that moment, i would be possessed with my grandchild. that his small self would be the star of the moment. that i would see him, and he would be my moon and my stars and the focus of all of my heart. i thought he would sweep me entirely… and he was lovely. he was perfect and tiny and early and his ears are like little shells, and his small hands are everything i have ever needed or loved or found beautiful, to be sure, but blog… i was all eyes for my sweet meg. my grandson is beautiful, for sure, but he was not my star.  friends,  have you seen the glory that is my girl? save posted in uncategorized | 495 replies he’s new here posted on april 9, 2017 by stephanie pearl-mcphee 581 blog, please meet my grandson. we’d like to introduce elliot tupper, and he was born yesterday in the evening, two weeks ahead of schedule. he is 7lbs 3oz, and just about the most perfect human being i have ever seen, with the exception of his amazing mother.  we are all beside ourselves with utter joy. i’ll tell the story his trip, but right now i have to go smell his head again. (ps he is only an hour old in that picture can’t you tell how smart he is already.) save posted in uncategorized | 581 replies bomb posted on april 6, 2017 by stephanie pearl-mcphee 105 i’m back in the airport after almost exactly 34 hours at home, and they weren’t totally all at home, because i had a bike rally steering committee meeting last night – and i felt pretty noble for turning up for it, let me tell you.  i arrived home at midnight tuesday, slept, woke up, did laundry, checked in with my husband, did a bunch of work, wiped off the kitchen (i still can’t explain what happens to it while i’m gone) went to the meeting, repacked, slept, and now i’m an hour from boarding my plane to texas and i’m such a knot of anxiety i can hardly cope. the blanket isn’t done, but i wasn’t planning to be done by now – just in case the superstition is real, just in case babies don’t arrive until after i’ve finished their blankets, i have made the decision not to finish until i’m safely home, and can be with meg. the thought of missing my grandchild’s birth is a little heartbreaking, and so i’ll stack the deck in my favour any way i can.  i was planning to be a little farther along though – i was thinking that i’d get it wrapped up over this weekend but for the blocking and ends, and i’ve made myself a little visual aid so that i can see how it’s going, and it doesn’t feel hopeless. see that? 54 repeats around is done, and i colour in a square when i finish a repeat. dots and stars mark progress off in quarters. i know it’s dorky, but it’s making me either feel better (when i get a lot done) or very worried (when i don’t.) i got a lot done on the flight to the retreat, and a lot done on the way home, and almost nothing while i was there. i’ll have the flight today, and then spare time while i’m teaching at dfw fiber fest (not counting on a lot there) and then the flight home. that’s monday. this wee soul just needs to wait until monday evening, which might be a lot to ask. technically, it would make him a smidge early, and wish meg could have given me more than 9 months of notice so that i could have booked time off, because look at that.  i’ll be back as soon as i can. stay put, you two. don’t do anything without me. posted in uncategorized | 105 replies whoosh posted on april 4, 2017 by stephanie pearl-mcphee 101 that’s the sound that the last week made. if you were anywhere near me you would have heard it, along with my desperate scribbling on to-do lists, as well as the gentle rustling of crumpled post-it notes scurrying in my wake. i had one of those weeks where every morning you get up and think “all right. this might be possible if you just stay focussed.” and then by lunch you’re thinking “holy cats i think i smoke” and by dinner you’ve resigned yourself to the whole plan being on fire and by bedtime you’re swearing tomorrow will be better, full of hope and promise.  in the last week i have: -helped hank make a garment for a fashion project he was doing to get ahead on his university credits. yes. i just typed that sentence. yes, he is as tall as he looks. yes, he is turning out to be pretty good at this sewing thing.  yes, he made this, and he got an excellent grade. (he even went to the fabric store by himself – and he worked in stretch fabrics and faux fur, and if you sew, you know that’s not easy. i only ripped one seam for him.) -worked on the baby blanket everywhere i went, and i went all over. -worked hard on getting some bike rally stuff ready for the first training ride of the year, which i missed (but will make up for later) and thanked cameron for showing up for both of us. –  hosted and taught at a fantastic retreat in port ludlow together with debbi and judith. -discovered that they’d put a pair of flamingo statues in our hotel room, and did the only reasonable thing – which was to knit them a pair of leg warmers each, and then graft them onto their legs. -imagined the resort staff trying to figure out how to get them off. -laughed all the way home, where i’ll be for one day before heading to texas. (while hoping impending grandson continues to stay put until i’m home (monday) and his blanket is done. (hopefully that’s monday too.) posted in uncategorized | 101 replies i would like a typo better posted on march 23, 2017 by stephanie pearl-mcphee 198 in my post the other day, i wrote that there would be 1600 rows in the edging, and katie (who is surely a hopeful person, full of optimism) wrote and said “surely that’s a typo.”  vickiebee even said “maybe it’s 1600 stitches?” no, my petals, not a typo, and not stitches – though maybe not as bad as you’re thinking. i am cleverly drawing pictures here, so as not to take detailed pictures of the blankie that would give it all away to alex and meg. (plus it’s really scrunched up on a circular.)  this is a pretty classic way of approaching this,  if you’re thinking of shetland island shawls, which, like most normal people, i always am. first, i cast on provisionally, and i knit the centre.  (that’s a lie. first i knit a swatch, wash it, and block it. that tells me how many stitches to cast on, and how long to carry on for if i want it to be roughly square.) when the centre is finished, i pick up stitches all the way around, and unpick the provisional cast-on, pick those up too, and now i’m equipped to work in the round. (here, you will note, i make that sound like cake. it’s totally not – in the classic sense, this picking up business is pretty easy. the shetland shawls are garter base lace, and so the ratio for picking up is 1 stitch for each ridge. i threw that simplicity and ease on the fire and tossed on a litre of gasoline, by knitting the centre in stockinette based lace. to pick up all the way around i took my gauge, and did the math. the number of stitches widthwise (let’s say it’s 20 to 10cm.) divided by the number of rows per 10cm. (let’s call that 25.) then it’s just a matter of representing that as a fraction (stay with me, i know that’s a math word) putting stitches over rows. 20/25. then i reduce that fraction (cast your mind back to middle school, you’ll be fine) and it’s 4/5. (see that?) that means i have to pick up 4 stitches for every 5 rows. in practice, that’s pick up 4, skip one, pick up 4, skip one…. you dig? usually i practice this on the swatch, then do it on the blankie, marking the corners as i go. then i choose my stitch patterns (or invent them, in many cases) write them up as charts, centre them along the sides, and start knitting. i increase one stitch either side of the marked corner stitches ever other row – so i’m increasing by 8 stitches every other round. this makes fetching mitred corners, and means the blankie gets bigger all the way around, every round. when it’s big enough (who really knows when that is) i choose or invent an edging (in this particular case, it’s a bit of both) and begin to apply the edging.  i cast on (provisionally, again) however many stitches are in the edge (in this case, it will be about 20) and then start working back and forth making a long skinny edging. every time i work a right side row, i knit the last stitch of the edge together with a stitch from the body of the blanket. that means that every two rows, one stitch gets consumed. when i’m all done, the final row of the edging is grafted to the provisional cast on of the edging, and i’m done. so, back to the point up at the top? 1600 rows? i was wrong. i’ve currently got  898    stitches on the needle (or will, when i’m done with this little garter band) and with 2 rows to consume each one? (plus extras to get round the corners, but let’s not quibble.) 1796 rows to go, with an average of 20 stitches in each row, that’s 35 920 stitches left to knit. and that, my brave friends, is not a typo. i counted. may the force be with me. the edging begins in 4 and a half rounds. posted in uncategorized | 198 replies it’s not early posted on march 21, 2017 by stephanie pearl-mcphee 139 my friend debbi has a great expression. when a task is daunting and spread out in front of you, and you’re getting that slightly crampy feeling in the pit of your stomach, she’ll look right at it and say “don’t panic early.” i find this a really lovely way of saying “don’t panic”, which i’ve always found dismissive and always makes me want to say something like “i’ll panic if i bloody well want to” or “what is your other plan.”  when debbi says “don’t panic early” i feel like she’s respecting my right to panic, isn’t taking anything from me, but wants to be sure that my timing is right, and i don’t waste any energy while we’re still in a  phase that could have some solutions other than panicking. on friday, i took a look at the blanket, and i took a look at the date, and i took a look at megan and something happened. i panicked. now, there is still some time to finish, i know that. i’ve got a few weeks i think, before there could be a baby, but i’m still on the last border pattern and after that there is another border pattern and then there is all the edging and… i felt sure that panicking was the right thing to do.  i set about getting really hysterical about the whole thing, and then i channelled my inner debbi, decided it wasn’t time, and set about knitting. that was my weekend. i’m happy to say it mostly panned out. i’m six rows from being finished that border, and then there’s just the second border and then there’s the edging and…. it was time to panic. i felt sure of it that time. i went on a search for my inner debbi, couldn’t find her and called the actual debbi instead. (sometimes only the real thing works.)  debbi listened carefully while i explained what needed doing, and she looked carefully at the picture of meg, and then she said something very real, and very accurate. panic. that’s what she said. panic. she also said things like “*%#%&^ how many rows are in that edging? 1600? is it sixteen hundred?” and she said things like “it is big enough don’t make it bigger do the edging” and she also said “holy (*&%$#^, you need to panic. do it now.” “it’s not too early?” i asked her, hopefully… wondering if maybe debbi had just come unglued for a minute and didn’t have her wits about her. it happens to the best of us, especially in the face of laceweight baby blankets, they’re pretty discombobulating. “debbi, isn’t it too early to panic?” debbi thought about it, and then very calmly, she said: “no.  i think you’re late.” i’m going to get right on it. posted in uncategorized | 139 replies proof of life posted on march 16, 2017 by stephanie pearl-mcphee 78 i sat down yesterday morning with a cup of coffee and the intention of writing a post to you, and then realized that though i don’t believe in jinxes, and i didn’t really think i could make myself fall down by typing about what a great ski trip we had, i do really hate revising writing and so i put it off until now, simply in the interest of not needing to delete a post about how awesome it was and instead write about how charming the ski patrol is and how sweet the doctors in the emergency room in banff are, and how much less scary it was to be airlifted out of the rocky mountains than i thought it would be. turns out that i’m out the other end of the thing, totally intact. we skiied during the daytime, with me taking lessons and joe off doing wild man things, flinging himself off the top of mountains and doing double blacks, while i timidly made the transition from green runs to blue ones. i had a very nice instructor named george, who consistently told me that i’m a much better skier than i think i am, i’m just too nervous. “relax” he told me over and over. “you just need to relax.”  i’m not sure i have the trick of it yet, because all i did then was really concentrate on relaxing, and i don’t think that’s what george meant, and there were moments (more than one, i’m afraid to report) where i stood a the top of a slope george wanted me to ski down, looked at his intentions, the steepness of the thing, how far you would fall to the bottom with a misplaced ski, and cordially looked him in the eye to say “what the actual f**k, george.” still, at the end of the three days, george presented me with a certificate outlining my skills, and confidently decreed that i could ski any groomed run. “any” he said, as long as i managed this elusive relaxation. i looked at my card, and immediately noted an error. muttering, i approached george, and explained that i wanted him to tick off the box that said i could manage small jumps. he looked at me a little confused, and i reminded him that he’s been on lifts with me, surely he’s noticed that i’m five feet tall, and that means that getting off a lift isn’t a simple matter of standing up.  i have to jump. (this made for a dramatic first dismount from a lift last year, by the way, when the instructor told me to wait until my skis touched the ground, then stand up. never happened. i almost went right round the thing.) “george,” i proclaimed. “you’ve seen me. you know i’m jumping. i want that box. that’s a jump. tick it off.” george agreed, though even now i’m unclear on whether or he truth thought it was right, or was just a little frightened of me. he sat down, put a proper checkmark in the box for small jumps – and added a little note. “on lifts.”  he also told me that skiing with me had been a lot of fun, but in the comments on my report card, i noted that it just said “been a lot skiing with you this week” and at first i thought the “fun” was just missing (he had several to fill out) but i’ve been told before that i’m rather “a lot” and i wonder if george is breathing a little easier now that i’m headed off his mountain. in between death defying runs down the slopes, i knit. i had lots of time in the mornings, and in the car on the way places, and at dinner, and in the evenings, and i’m happy to report that the first little border on the baby blanket is done, as is the second larger one, and today on the way to the airport i’ll finish charting the third, big one, and by the time i get home tonight, it should be well started. i’ve big plans to apply myself diligently to that thing over the next week, try to really break the back of it. there’s more than 680 stitches to a round now, so progress feels like it’s slowing down all the time, but it’s still a lot easier than skiing. posted in uncategorized | 78 replies the hand of destiny posted on march 10, 2017 by stephanie pearl-mcphee 128 i sat down, all ready and organized, to tell  you pretty much nothing. the blanket is going fine, i’m passed the first little border and i’m ready to move on to the next one. i have it charted and swatched and it all seems to be ticking along just fine. a little slowly, i admit, but i’m almost ready to start the second ball of yarn, and there’s more than 700m per ball, so clearly i’m making some sort of progress, no matter how daunting the whole thing feels. i was sitting here, trying to find something to say to you, something remotely interesting, and couldn’t come up with anything at all, so i went to organize some yarn and think about it. joe and i are leaving for a ski trip in the morning, and i’d gone upstairs to grab a skein of yarn for socks from upstairs. it was a special skein, part of the little yarn club i joined this year and i know that i should be working on the blanket only, but it’s fussy, and there’s a chart, and while i’m certain that i’ll get lots done on the flight tomorrow – i need something with me to amuse me when it’s dark, or when i don’t want to ignore joe by gluing my eyes to the thing. so, socks it is. i’m upstairs, and i have the skein of yarn in my hand, and then i realize i should throw in a load of laundry – so i grab a basket, toss a load of whites in, and trot directly to the basement get it started and come back upstairs to wind the yarn. on my way back up though, i get a text from my sister-in-law who needs a little babysitting help, and i tell her sure, and start organizing myself to leave. now, i don’t know if i’ve ever mentioned that mornings aren’t really my jam, but they’re not – so i get another cup of coffee so i stand a chance of keeping up with a toddler and a five year old, and then i go to wind the yarn, except it’s not where i left it on the table by the winder. i look around, realize i’ve probably put it somewhere stupid, and then katie’s here and i have to leave, so i do.  i’m in the car before something terrible occurs to me. i didn’t… put it in the washing machine, did i? i start reconstructing the morning in my mind – all while convincing luis that we’re going to go to the park and it’s going to be a blast, and i decide that there’s no way i did that. none. i had it in my hand, and then i put it down on the bed – i think, while i got that laundry together. there’s nothing for it anyway, and luis and frankie and i go to the park (where i remember that most of taking a toddler to the park in the winter is trying to keep them from licking metal things) and then i go buy a new bra (really intense morning, thanks for asking) and then i grab the streetcar back here, and go directly upstairs to fetch my yarn – but it’s not on the bed. it’s not on the kitchen counter either, nor is it on my dresser, where i could have put it down. it’s not anywhere, and with a sinking heart, i go to the basement. i can see it through the window of the washer. it’s there. a sprawled out tangle of handpainted ramen, exploded through the washing machine. i curse, and i open the washer, knowing two things for sure. 1. i’m an idiot and 2. a skein of yarn can’t come back from that. you can’t put a skein of yarn in the washing machine. i’ve wrecked this fantastic skein of yarn. i take the laundry out, and i carry it upstairs and it looks like a nightmare. it’s tangled, it’s a disaster, and start untangling it from tee shirts and underpants and i’m just heartbroken. (i’m also pretty grateful that the dye didn’t bleed, because that was a load of whites and it’s a brightly coloured skein.) i extract the yarn – and i stand there, with this shredded disaster in my hands, and it occurs to me that it’s not felted. it’s superwash – so i guess i shouldn’t be that surprised, but i am – and it occurs to me that maybe, just maybe, if i dry it, i can untangle it. (it does occur to me that this will take hours and hours, but i really like the yarn and i’m feeling optimistic.) i grab the yarn by one of the ties, and give it a snap, and this happens. yup. perfect. completely, astoundingly, amazingly and unpredictably perfect. it’s not tangled – there’s not a strand out of place and that, my friends, is a straight up supernatural event. i thought you’d want to know. the world is a mysterious, beautiful place, and my yarn is almost dry. (ps. it’s from gauge dye works (that used to be caterpillargreen) and i’d like to personally thank them for tying it in three places. i bet some days that feels like overkill, but it’s not. you’re awesome. posted in uncategorized | 128 replies blur posted on march 7, 2017 by stephanie pearl-mcphee 125 no time. only pictures. luis listens to megan’s baby. i made a million cookies, and piping icing is hard. (but i win, because they’re still cute.) ken is 51. i spent a ridiculous amount of time with a peeler and made this tart. i thought i was crazy then meg said “oh mum, i love pretty food!” and then it was all worth it. jen (knitter, cyclist, student midwife) brought her fetoscope. best baby shower favour ever. this picture is okay, but it’s not as good as the one i should have taken, which was 2 minutes later, when the baby moved, and pato pretty much fell off a chair. we are excited.  i am knitting. posted in uncategorized | 125 replies post navigation ← older posts search april 2017 s m t w t f s « mar 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 recent posts dear elliot on the outside he’s new here bomb whoosh where's the harlot? no appearances scheduled at the moment. i’m twittering tweets by @yarnharlot more harlothey harlot stephanie at yarnharlot dot ca donations to msf raised to date: $1 112 556 current goal: $ 2 000 000 tricoteuses sans frontières faq patterns encompass (buy now) pretty thing (buy now) an unoriginal hat (pdf) a very harlot poncho (pdf) the snowdrop shawl (pdf) tiptoe socks daisy sweater got harlot? the amazing thing about the way it goes: stories of tidiness, self-esteem and other things i gave up on all wound up: the yarn harlot writes for a spin free-range knitter: the yarn harlot writes again things i learned from knitting whether i wanted to or not stephanie pearl-mcphee casts off the yarn harlot's guide to the land of knitting knitting rules! the yarn harlot's bag of knitting tricks yarn harlot: the secret life of a knitter at knit's end: meditations for women who knit too much knitlit too edited by linda roghaar and molly wolf awards archives april 2017 march 2017 february 2017 january 2017 december 2016 november 2016 october 2016 september 2016 august 2016 july 2016 june 2016 may 2016 april 2016 march 2016 february 2016 january 2016 december 2015 november 2015 october 2015 september 2015 august 2015 july 2015 june 2015 may 2015 april 2015 march 2015 february 2015 january 2015 december 2014 november 2014 october 2014 september 2014 august 2014 july 2014 june 2014 may 2014 april 2014 march 2014 february 2014 january 2014 december 2013 november 2013 october 2013 september 2013 august 2013 july 2013 june 2013 may 2013 april 2013 march 2013 february 2013 january 2013 december 2012 november 2012 october 2012 september 2012 august 2012 july 2012 june 2012 may 2012 april 2012 march 2012 february 2012 january 2012 december 2011 november 2011 october 2011 september 2011 august 2011 july 2011 june 2011 may 2011 april 2011 march 2011 february 2011 january 2011 december 2010 november 2010 october 2010 september 2010 august 2010 july 2010 june 2010 may 2010 april 2010 march 2010 february 2010 january 2010 december 2009 november 2009 october 2009 september 2009 august 2009 july 2009 june 2009 may 2009 april 2009 march 2009 february 2009 january 2009 december 2008 november 2008 october 2008 september 2008 august 2008 july 2008 june 2008 may 2008 april 2008 march 2008 february 2008 january 2008 december 2007 november 2007 october 2007 september 2007 august 2007 july 2007 june 2007 may 2007 april 2007 march 2007 february 2007 january 2007 december 2006 november 2006 october 2006 september 2006 august 2006 july 2006 june 2006 may 2006 april 2006 march 2006 february 2006 january 2006 december 2005 november 2005 october 2005 september 2005 august 2005 july 2005 june 2005 may 2005 april 2005 march 2005 february 2005 january 2005 december 2004 november 2004 october 2004 september 2004 august 2004 july 2004 june 2004 may 2004 april 2004 march 2004 february 2004 january 2004 proudly powered by wordpress


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