After a Bug

25, May 2016

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For the past two weeks, I have not been able to write due to SlytherBun and myself catching a darn bug which unfortunately still has me at its whim. During that time I managed to knit a shawl for BFF’s cousin, something that will be in an upcoming book, and a bunny-sized sun visor for […]

My 2016 Mother’s Day Feelings

8, May 2016

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Twelve years ago, I was about to take a big step into a relationship that I ended the Autumn of 2009. Now it is 2016 and I am exactly one month away from celebrating my daughter’s third birthday. Looking back, I never knew what future I could expect, and I never thought in 2009 I […]

A Bunny Scrum’s Back Story

5, May 2016

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Four years ago with my ties to XRX freshly cut in October, I was new to freelancing at the time and looking for steady work. Through various phone calls and emails, I scheduled some job interviews and possible meeting during “VOGUE Knitting LIVE!” in 2012 at New York City. As I previously wrote in a […]

Enjoying the Silence with 3 Words for 2016

15, February 2016

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Last year, I kicked off 2015 with the “My 3 Words for 2015” post on the (now closed) “somebunnyslove.me” blog. I proudly can share that I successfully managed to implement those words (water, wake, release) into my daily life. Now that we are forty-five (45) days into 2016, I guess it is time I released […]

Hoppy Birthday Goals

9, December 2015

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Because I seem to make all sorts of things for others throughout the year, I always promise to make a full-sleeved sweater and something nice as part of personal selfish love for myself, SlytherBun, BFF, and sometimes close family. Since Spring 2015, if I make myself a shawl or other accessories, I incorporate the handspun […]

Book Review: “Designer Crochet”

6, May 2015

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For those folks who do not know, I was taught to crochet by my maternal Lola (grandmother in Tagalog) Gertrude and mother when I was very young, supposedly around first grade. I remember that I enjoyed the craft, but grew bored with it as I came into my tweens. At the time I never progressed […]