Monthly Archives: September 2010

What is a Reasonably Intelligent, Squirming, Fidgeting, Wiggly-Butt to Do?

UPDATE: Congratulations to AnnaMarie, whose name was drawn as winner of her choice of a KnittingKorner DVE. AnnaMarie: I’ve emailed you with the details. Thank you (and everyone here) for your comments. —– If you have been diagnosed as gluten-intolerant, … Continue reading

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Hero: MILO THE MOTH HUNTING DACHSHUND

Such a sweet photo of our newest Dachshund, Milo . . . but do not let his soft, long-haired-red-sabled-demeanor fool you. Underneath there lives a dog of steel. He’s a bird (well, no . . . actually, he’s a dachshund) … Continue reading

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Can Knitting Change Your Life?

Today’s blog post isn’t about eating gluten free nearly as much as it is about how knitting can change your life for the better. However, for those who may be new here, I’ll give a little of my gluten free … Continue reading

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Today is National Celiac Disease Awareness Day

September 13 is National Celiac Disease Awareness Day. There is a good chance you know someone who is gluten-intolerant, but they do not know it. It’s estimated that 1 in around 100 people actually have diagnosable Celiac disease, and many … Continue reading

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Knitting Is Gluten Free Now has a Forum on Ravelry

A lot of members here want this blog to be more interactive than it is now. I agree! I’m happy to report we now have a Knitting Is Gluten Free Forum / Discussion Group on Ravelry. Just go to Ravelry, … Continue reading

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Birth Announcement: My First Sock . . .

Proud Parent of First Born Sock Name: Opal Rainforest VI Sock Yarn, Color 4007 Furst Kunterbunt – yarn purchased at Sheep’s Clothing, Valparaiso, Indiana Born: September 5, 2010 at 12:22 P.M. on two size 2 circular needles Weight: 1.35 ounces … Continue reading

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