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by Ysolda Teague January 11, 2018

It's entirely possible that no one gets this, but after months of neglect I've finally found time to integrate my blog archives into the main website, with the goal of getting back into the habit of posting. I miss you and I miss having a place for longer content than instagram allows, and for things you might want to be able to find again in the future, like tutorials. 

Hopefully I've managed to do this all right and, if you were previously subscribed to the rss feed, you're received this update. If so can you let me know with a comment? Most links to blog posts should also be redirected but if you notice a broken one somewhere it would be very helpful if you could let me know. 

Ysolda Teague
Ysolda Teague

Ysolda designs knitting patterns, spent years teaching at events and loves to find new yarns and books to share.



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