Adventures In Yarnia

stumbling through life, one skein of yarn at a time. i knit a lot. i also dye yarn & sell stuff.

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  • Worth restating. Over and over and over.
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    Worth restating. Over and over and over.
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    Worth restating. Over and over and over.
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    Worth restating. Over and over and over.
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    Worth restating. Over and over and over.
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    Worth restating. Over and over and over.
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    Worth restating. Over and over and over.

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    sushy00:

counting stitches


The eternal struggle

    sushy00:

    counting stitches

    The eternal struggle

    (via madamedefargeknits)

    I got someone a prezzie… hee hee

    I got someone a prezzie… hee hee

    mynameissnugglefuck:

mermaidchan05:

iraffiruse:

Baby otter

IT IS A BABY OTTER YOUR ARGUMENT IS INVALID

*plap*
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    mynameissnugglefuck:

mermaidchan05:

iraffiruse:

Baby otter

IT IS A BABY OTTER YOUR ARGUMENT IS INVALID

*plap*
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    mynameissnugglefuck:

    mermaidchan05:

    iraffiruse:

    Baby otter

    IT IS A BABY OTTER YOUR ARGUMENT IS INVALID

    *plap*

    (via everevolvinghuman)

    burning-young:


girls on their periods

I will never not reblog this.
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    burning-young:


girls on their periods

I will never not reblog this.
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    burning-young:


girls on their periods

I will never not reblog this.
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    burning-young:


girls on their periods

I will never not reblog this.
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    burning-young:

    girls on their periods

    I will never not reblog this.

    (via knittingismetal)

    MollyGirl's Spring Cleaning Sale is still going on even though I'm in Scotland right now and tumblr is posting this for me! There's still lots of lovelies left, and you'd be doing me a solid because I'm moving & my stash is way too big & won't fit in my new place! Even just a reblog would be great - I'm really trying to get my stash under control! Meep! 
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    MollyGirl's Spring Cleaning Sale is still going on even though I'm in Scotland right now and tumblr is posting this for me! There's still lots of lovelies left, and you'd be doing me a solid because I'm moving & my stash is way too big & won't fit in my new place! Even just a reblog would be great - I'm really trying to get my stash under control! Meep! 
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    MollyGirl's Spring Cleaning Sale is still going on even though I'm in Scotland right now and tumblr is posting this for me! There's still lots of lovelies left, and you'd be doing me a solid because I'm moving & my stash is way too big & won't fit in my new place! Even just a reblog would be great - I'm really trying to get my stash under control! Meep! 
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    MollyGirl's Spring Cleaning Sale is still going on even though I'm in Scotland right now and tumblr is posting this for me! There's still lots of lovelies left, and you'd be doing me a solid because I'm moving & my stash is way too big & won't fit in my new place! Even just a reblog would be great - I'm really trying to get my stash under control! Meep! 
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    MollyGirl's Spring Cleaning Sale is still going on even though I'm in Scotland right now and tumblr is posting this for me! There's still lots of lovelies left, and you'd be doing me a solid because I'm moving & my stash is way too big & won't fit in my new place! Even just a reblog would be great - I'm really trying to get my stash under control! Meep! 

    Tea & sticky toffee pudding @ Mitchell’s!

    Tea & sticky toffee pudding @ Mitchell’s!

    Some photos from my flight into Heathrow in the wee hours of the morning.  Unfortunately I’d stowed my phone by the time we were flying over London proper so I didn’t get any pix of the Tower Bridge, the London Eye, or any of the other awesome landmarks. Flying into Heathrow is a real treat because you get a great view of the city, unlike flying into NYC where you kind of get the skyline if you’re lucky. 

Unfortunately that’s where my love affair with Heathrow ends. After an interminable wait to go through a mound of security (including a 20-minute stint waiting while the customs guy grilled a poor Russian girl whose English wasn’t good to say the least about how she met her boyfriend and how she got time off work to come here - explain to me how this is security’s business??) during whicj three of the four people around me missed their connections, I got to be patted down and xrayed and patted down again. Good thing my layover was three hours or I wouldn’t have had time to eat! UGH. Never again, Heathrow. Never again.
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    Some photos from my flight into Heathrow in the wee hours of the morning.  Unfortunately I’d stowed my phone by the time we were flying over London proper so I didn’t get any pix of the Tower Bridge, the London Eye, or any of the other awesome landmarks. Flying into Heathrow is a real treat because you get a great view of the city, unlike flying into NYC where you kind of get the skyline if you’re lucky. 

Unfortunately that’s where my love affair with Heathrow ends. After an interminable wait to go through a mound of security (including a 20-minute stint waiting while the customs guy grilled a poor Russian girl whose English wasn’t good to say the least about how she met her boyfriend and how she got time off work to come here - explain to me how this is security’s business??) during whicj three of the four people around me missed their connections, I got to be patted down and xrayed and patted down again. Good thing my layover was three hours or I wouldn’t have had time to eat! UGH. Never again, Heathrow. Never again.
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    Some photos from my flight into Heathrow in the wee hours of the morning.  Unfortunately I’d stowed my phone by the time we were flying over London proper so I didn’t get any pix of the Tower Bridge, the London Eye, or any of the other awesome landmarks. Flying into Heathrow is a real treat because you get a great view of the city, unlike flying into NYC where you kind of get the skyline if you’re lucky. 

Unfortunately that’s where my love affair with Heathrow ends. After an interminable wait to go through a mound of security (including a 20-minute stint waiting while the customs guy grilled a poor Russian girl whose English wasn’t good to say the least about how she met her boyfriend and how she got time off work to come here - explain to me how this is security’s business??) during whicj three of the four people around me missed their connections, I got to be patted down and xrayed and patted down again. Good thing my layover was three hours or I wouldn’t have had time to eat! UGH. Never again, Heathrow. Never again.
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    Some photos from my flight into Heathrow in the wee hours of the morning.  Unfortunately I’d stowed my phone by the time we were flying over London proper so I didn’t get any pix of the Tower Bridge, the London Eye, or any of the other awesome landmarks. Flying into Heathrow is a real treat because you get a great view of the city, unlike flying into NYC where you kind of get the skyline if you’re lucky. 

Unfortunately that’s where my love affair with Heathrow ends. After an interminable wait to go through a mound of security (including a 20-minute stint waiting while the customs guy grilled a poor Russian girl whose English wasn’t good to say the least about how she met her boyfriend and how she got time off work to come here - explain to me how this is security’s business??) during whicj three of the four people around me missed their connections, I got to be patted down and xrayed and patted down again. Good thing my layover was three hours or I wouldn’t have had time to eat! UGH. Never again, Heathrow. Never again.
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    Some photos from my flight into Heathrow in the wee hours of the morning.  Unfortunately I’d stowed my phone by the time we were flying over London proper so I didn’t get any pix of the Tower Bridge, the London Eye, or any of the other awesome landmarks. Flying into Heathrow is a real treat because you get a great view of the city, unlike flying into NYC where you kind of get the skyline if you’re lucky. 

Unfortunately that’s where my love affair with Heathrow ends. After an interminable wait to go through a mound of security (including a 20-minute stint waiting while the customs guy grilled a poor Russian girl whose English wasn’t good to say the least about how she met her boyfriend and how she got time off work to come here - explain to me how this is security’s business??) during whicj three of the four people around me missed their connections, I got to be patted down and xrayed and patted down again. Good thing my layover was three hours or I wouldn’t have had time to eat! UGH. Never again, Heathrow. Never again.
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    Some photos from my flight into Heathrow in the wee hours of the morning.  Unfortunately I’d stowed my phone by the time we were flying over London proper so I didn’t get any pix of the Tower Bridge, the London Eye, or any of the other awesome landmarks. Flying into Heathrow is a real treat because you get a great view of the city, unlike flying into NYC where you kind of get the skyline if you’re lucky. 

Unfortunately that’s where my love affair with Heathrow ends. After an interminable wait to go through a mound of security (including a 20-minute stint waiting while the customs guy grilled a poor Russian girl whose English wasn’t good to say the least about how she met her boyfriend and how she got time off work to come here - explain to me how this is security’s business??) during whicj three of the four people around me missed their connections, I got to be patted down and xrayed and patted down again. Good thing my layover was three hours or I wouldn’t have had time to eat! UGH. Never again, Heathrow. Never again.
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    Some photos from my flight into Heathrow in the wee hours of the morning.  Unfortunately I’d stowed my phone by the time we were flying over London proper so I didn’t get any pix of the Tower Bridge, the London Eye, or any of the other awesome landmarks. Flying into Heathrow is a real treat because you get a great view of the city, unlike flying into NYC where you kind of get the skyline if you’re lucky. 

Unfortunately that’s where my love affair with Heathrow ends. After an interminable wait to go through a mound of security (including a 20-minute stint waiting while the customs guy grilled a poor Russian girl whose English wasn’t good to say the least about how she met her boyfriend and how she got time off work to come here - explain to me how this is security’s business??) during whicj three of the four people around me missed their connections, I got to be patted down and xrayed and patted down again. Good thing my layover was three hours or I wouldn’t have had time to eat! UGH. Never again, Heathrow. Never again.
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    Some photos from my flight into Heathrow in the wee hours of the morning.  Unfortunately I’d stowed my phone by the time we were flying over London proper so I didn’t get any pix of the Tower Bridge, the London Eye, or any of the other awesome landmarks. Flying into Heathrow is a real treat because you get a great view of the city, unlike flying into NYC where you kind of get the skyline if you’re lucky. 

Unfortunately that’s where my love affair with Heathrow ends. After an interminable wait to go through a mound of security (including a 20-minute stint waiting while the customs guy grilled a poor Russian girl whose English wasn’t good to say the least about how she met her boyfriend and how she got time off work to come here - explain to me how this is security’s business??) during whicj three of the four people around me missed their connections, I got to be patted down and xrayed and patted down again. Good thing my layover was three hours or I wouldn’t have had time to eat! UGH. Never again, Heathrow. Never again.
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    Some photos from my flight into Heathrow in the wee hours of the morning. Unfortunately I’d stowed my phone by the time we were flying over London proper so I didn’t get any pix of the Tower Bridge, the London Eye, or any of the other awesome landmarks. Flying into Heathrow is a real treat because you get a great view of the city, unlike flying into NYC where you kind of get the skyline if you’re lucky.

    Unfortunately that’s where my love affair with Heathrow ends. After an interminable wait to go through a mound of security (including a 20-minute stint waiting while the customs guy grilled a poor Russian girl whose English wasn’t good to say the least about how she met her boyfriend and how she got time off work to come here - explain to me how this is security’s business??) during whicj three of the four people around me missed their connections, I got to be patted down and xrayed and patted down again. Good thing my layover was three hours or I wouldn’t have had time to eat! UGH. Never again, Heathrow. Never again.