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There’s still a few more inches to go, but it’s coming along! #knitting

There’s still a few more inches to go, but it’s coming along! #knitting

noochfiber:

NOOCH FIBER SOCK YARN SAMPLER GIVEAWAY!

We recently hit 300 followers and decided to do a commemoration giveaway! :)  The winner will receive the three skeins above - a sampler of our three best-selling sock yarns: Midtown Sock, Morningside Sock, and Central Park Fingering.

Rules:

  1. Each reblog or like will count for one entry.  Please only reblog once - don’t spam your friends!
  2. Since this is a follower appreciation giveaway, you need to be following us to win. 
  3. This giveaway is open to anyone with a valid mailing address, anywhere in the world!
  4. If you’re under 18, please check with your parents before entering.
  5. Please have your ask box open - this is how I will contact you if you win!

I will randomly pick the winner on May 4th, 2014!

That’s pretty much it!  :)  Don’t forget that all tumblr followers can use the coupon code TUMBLR at the Nooch Fiber etsy shop for 15% off!

Thanks,

Mariana, Nick, and Nooch =^_^=

I love yarn!

Is this real or a joke?

Is this real or a joke?

James only will eat white bread toast. Here you go.

Love, 

Mommy

James only will eat white bread toast. Here you go.

Love,

Mommy

muffpunch:


Once the baby’s been born and the APGAR has been administered, many doctors congratulate the new parents and head over to the next delivery room. But Dr. Robert Sansonetti sticks around to give his newest patient a special gift. For the last four years, the obstetrician from Scarborough, ME, has knit a cap for every baby he’s delivered. A solo practitioner for more than 20 years, Sansonetti started his side project after a Christmas present sparked his interest in the craft. 

How cute is it that this doctor is knitting hats for the babies he delivers?
(via clara parkes)

Love it!

muffpunch:

Once the baby’s been born and the APGAR has been administered, many doctors congratulate the new parents and head over to the next delivery room. But Dr. Robert Sansonetti sticks around to give his newest patient a special gift. For the last four years, the obstetrician from Scarborough, ME, has knit a cap for every baby he’s delivered. A solo practitioner for more than 20 years, Sansonetti started his side project after a Christmas present sparked his interest in the craft. 

How cute is it that this doctor is knitting hats for the babies he delivers?

(via clara parkes)

Love it!

More on the baby blanket. #knitting

More on the baby blanket. #knitting

The start of my first baby blanket (NOT for me!). #knitting

The start of my first baby blanket (NOT for me!). #knitting

And don’t forget the socks. #knitting

And don’t forget the socks. #knitting

My first completed sweater. It still needs to be blocked and a few ends need to be weaved in.

My first completed sweater. It still needs to be blocked and a few ends need to be weaved in.

Malaysian Flight 370

There is something about this search business for the flight that I can’t shake. I find it deeply troubling that there is a plane full of people who are currently under great distress because they have not reached their final destination, or are dead, and nation-states still can’t figure out how to share information so that we can figure out the flight’s fate as quickly as possible. Do we think that the families care about everyone’s national security interests (the U.S.’s included?!)? They care about being reunited with their loved ones.

If we can’t figure out to show what we have and know under this circumstance, it makes you wonder how we, as human beings, would ever prevent another human tragedy where people with a particular background are targeted for elimination. Wait, I’m a day late and a dollar short on this: people are dying daily in Syria as Bashar al-Assad clings to power, and that’s just ONE of many examples. 

Just saying’.