Freebie Friday

 

Autumn Wowza Scarf and Shades of the Celtic Forest Wrist Warmers from knit1fortheroad.com

Here are some fun projects to keep you knitting, hooking and stitching this weekend.  Enjoy!

Knit Picks  (I loved them all so you’re just going to have to check the page out – lol)

Chain Reaction Afghan Project eBook from Interweave (don’t miss this one!)

(crochet)

Travel Go Lightly Purse from knit1fortheroad.com

Autumn Wowza ScarfCowlie Conditions Ahead , Shades of the Celtic Forest Wrist Warmers,  and Travel Go Lightly Purse all from my website, knit1fortheroad.com free pattern section. (knit)  I hope you have as much fun making these projects as I did.

(Felt Project to Cut and Stitch) Felt Owl Measuring Tape + Free PDF Pattern made available by TinyApartmentCrafts.

We’re having a big birthday celebration for Dave even though Irene is making it’s way up the coast.  At least we’ll have cake and ice cream!  Stay safe wherever you are.

Margaret (so can’t get over an earthquake and hurricane in the same week)

©Margaret Nock, Knit1fortheroad.com™ 2008-2011 The Knit1fortheroad.com patterns and photographs in this document are the property of knit1fortheroad.com and for non-commercial (personal) use only. Unauthorized reproduction, sale in whole or in part, or distribution of the pattern, or knit item is prohibited. All rights reserved.

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You might enjoy Lewis Hine’s work….

Kids at Work: Lewis Hine and the Crusade Against Child LaborKids at Work: Lewis Hine and the Crusade Against Child Labor

Hine’s is attributed as being the first photo journalist to write notes and include a story caption for his photos. This allowed the reader to be drawn into the heart of his images.  We continue this tradition today.  Thought you might enjoy learning about this fascinating photojournalist and his work.

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