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By Hook or By Crook

Crochet, which has been going on since Christmas, gives me weird core-sample glimpses into advanced topologies. For example, to make the basic granny square, you make a chain, join it end to end to form a ring. Subsequent stitches are made back through the ring, where a loop of yarn from the future strand is grabbed and pulled back through. (According to S. I am now my own grandmother.) According to my friend Sarah, the primary distinction between crochet and knit stitches is that machines cannot make crochet stitches. Put that in your Cylon Detector, Dr. Baltar!

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Days of Crispy Duck

Another Post About Why No Posts from the Artnest, which keeps changing location. Without your permission! So we left our Manhattan box in the sky (close to a Tree and a Streetlamp) to head northwards in October. Specifically, Portland. The Maine version. Number one question since we placed the rental deposit in August?

“Dude. Why Maine?”

There are two answers to this: Before and After.

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