Thursday, December 27, 2012

End Of The Year Super Sale All ePatterns 50% OFF in our Bonanza Booth

These prices are good until midnight, December 31st. All of our ePatterns for Machine Knit are on sale in our Bonanza booth. Some have the Graphs for Hand Knitting, many require DAK. Others are written instructions for just about any machine. 

Original Machine Knit and Hand Knit ePatterns 50% Off

We're also including our Cross Stitch ePatterns in this sale. These are available in Hobbyware's .pat files or in graphs.

Original Cross Stitch ePatterns 50% Off

When checking out, you must use the coupon code: fifty  to receive the 50% off your order. This discount only applies to items in my booth at the above two URLs for my original ePatterns. Please do not use it in my other categories or I'll have to cancel the sale. :( 

Now if you do not wish to utilize Bonanza to purchase these at 50% OFF, that's fine. Send me a list of the items on my website's Patterns Pages that you wish to purchase and I'll invoice you via PayPal.


Keep on Knittin' Folks!!

Monday, December 24, 2012


Congratulations to Chef Alex Guarnaschelli -- she's the newest IRON CHEF, and very well deserved, Alex.  I've been pulling for you all along.

You truly touched my heart when you did that show where you had to use throw-aways from commercial kitchens, grocery stores, suppliers, etc.  I could see the pain in your eyes when looking at all that waste.

From your longtime fan, Marge

Saturday, December 22, 2012

This Holiday Season

This holiday season is going to be so very difficult for so many.  My self included since I lost my husband last May.  But family and friends are keeping in touch regularly and that is a true comfort to me.

Please keep the families of the  Sandy Hook Elementary School  Shooting in your thoughts and prayers.  I am.


Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Ever Remember!!!

Thank you, Will and Family, from PAWS CIRCLE and PRAYERS for sharing this lovely memorial list you made:

Prayer Circle -- Please Join!

Posted with permission:

So Devastating!

It has taken me all weekend to work on an article for this blog.  I wanted to,  right away ... but how, how, how, do you get your mind functioning properly where there has been such a horrific event!!

CHILDREN!  TEACHERS! Brutally struck down.  

I cannot watch long segments of television.  It hurts too much.  And now that the immediate shock is waning, they're now into all the politics --- what to do --- how can we protect --- is it a medical condition --- a syndrome --- birth defect --- drugs --- lack of parental involvement --- is more gun control needed --- more mental health awareness --- stricter laws ... they're recycling the reasons over and over.  Hour after hour - day after day.  

Yes, we need to figure out some practical way to better protect our children.  But at the moment, we need to give those  poor families, friends and townspeople whatever they need to get through this.  They are suffering.  I pray so much for them and I do feel a sense of peace wash over me from time to time during prayers.  That allows me to get back up on my feet and DO something constructive rather than sit around, glued to and yet avoiding the news shows, sitting mesmerized by the horror of what happened just a few days ago.