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Yarn Harlot: The Secret Life of a Knitter moves beyond instructions and patterns into the purest elements of knitting: obsession, frustration, reflection, and fun. I am 1/4 of a mitten and 2 seams away from a similar reward opportunity! Thanks for the soup recipe. 1 can chick peas. I’m sure the people wearing them are! And then, I cast on all the things! I just finished a shawlette with Freia shawl ball Flare and it is gorgeous. My least favorite weather, which I get to crab about a lot here in the Chicago area, is rain so cold that you have to wear mittens while holding your umbrella. Stick a minus sign in front of those numbers and you will have MY weater, lol. Thanks for sharing it! (I always puree, but I have an immersion blender that makes it a snap.). As I look out my office window in San Francisco, I can’t see more than 1 foot because of the fog. I mean that I took the yarns out of the cupboard, got the needles, organized the patterns and put it all right next to me so that it was literally lined up. Thanks for the recipe – I have had a window with this post open since last week, and have finally printed it out – going off to make my grocery list now! I love to knit or spin while watching movies, and either make soup, bake something, or have something cooking all day in the crock pot. We were supposed to have an early winter snow here in Atlanta, but it didn’t happen. perfect day at home. I swear you are a marvel–successful writer, knitter extraordinaire, and cook too! The Yarn Harlot; A Glorious Day; February 2009. Thank you!! It’s mild 26ºC/80ºF here where we live and I’m using a light dress, drinking pineapple juice while I work. The average knitter spends between $500 and $1,700 a year on yarn, patterns, needles, and books. Sorry my rant. I enjoy your name of your blog!!! I read her blog every day. I have also been knitting a lot of hats. What is a heck anyway?) Your timing couldn’t be more perfect. Previously we lived in the Seatle are and it was the same way. Someone’s invented umbrellas! Digging out the yarn in just a few minutes. I totally understand tiring of making the same thing multiple times, but I imagine you’ll knit another hat or two as time goes on. Sorry you have no mittens. That was my day. I hoping you were able to hunker down and get warm. Since Cheistmas, I’ve made one adult hat, two adult earwarmers, two baby hats and one in progress, with more to come. Stephanie Anne Pearl-McPhee (a.k.a. I want to know if this is still your status when someone a few weeks later asks you to knit them a hat. No amount of layering of knits will help. Your email address will not be published. This looks incredible. Bliss. Cold + rain = extra-miserable. I’m glad I don’t have to slog around in the cold and the rain, but the soup is definitely going on the recipe list for next week, since the weather here is a little on the chilly side. I’m with you. I have made the wolves, foxes, bears and rabbits by Fiona Alice. Thanks for the soup recipe. Or one of those rain ponchos to put over your winter coat? “I am so tired of hats that I’m feeling the occasional urge to slap them off the heads of strangers.”!! We need that recipe 365 days a year. Best soup cookbook — Saved By Soup, by Judith Barrett! I always console myself with this: at least it’s not snow. I was looking for lunch inspiration, and by sheer coincidence had all the ingredients for Emergency Soup in my fridge. That soup looks utterly perfect. Cold Winter Rain is why we moved to Arizona from Seattle. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GzxkNRvujiw. Having trudged back and forth in the windy chilly rain to the dentist this morning, that soup is just perfection. I’ll see your “no more hats” and raise you a “no more socks and mittens.” This was my first-ever, knitted-gifts Christmas, and while I got nearly everything done, including four hats, I’m about ready to knit a little something for me. Yarn is an item needed in order to stitch Hats. But true! and while I am not trudging around in it; I hate the cold greyness that is today and November.I am also not knitting or eating hearty soup or drinking tea because I am at work. Odd. I’ve copied the soup. Thanks for a great post and a great easy recipe! I am pretending that instead of (insert miserable damp cold errand here)  I am at home, blocking my finished Fernfrost. Or at least I would be if it wasn’t so hot: 31 degrees (Celsius) yesterday, and dropping to 28 by 8pm. Hugs. I made both of the curious cats and the deer for gifts and my friends just loved them. I might make some of that this weekend. One of the best purchases I ever made … cookbook AND blender. It’s raining here too in Sydney, Australia but I LOVE the rain. Born and raised here, expecting rain is like asking if the desert is going to be hot… You just expect it will be. Kept him safe and cozy. But it is my first time after all, and i don’t have much time to work on the bigger non portable projects with college classes. With that, Good Luck and I hope it stops raining now. Sorry, rain is my most favorite weather. It’s rained for two days here; last night my DH made us some turkey soup from the Thanksgiving leftovers. During the last of the hats, I comforted myself by lining up two projects I was going to start the minute it was all over, and when I say that I lined them up, I don’t mean that I sort of thought about what it was going to be and kept them in my mind. (Don’t laugh Canadians!!! Give me a crochet hook ANY day. We’ll be doing this until next April. Have to take car to the mechanic to get the power steering fixed on it. Has anyone asked you the stupid question, “well, what about when you’re showering?” Dummies. Somewhere, standing in the rain, feeling it soak through the pockets of my coat and through my wool hat, I am thinking about this soup, which I knocked together in 30 of the 40 minutes I was home, and then ate as fortification against the rain. Definitely a day to stay in. Somewhere between Thanksgiving and Hallowe’en it starts. That darn Yarn Harlot…she has turned many of us into knitting harlots with her enabling photos! Oh, sure you will… as soon as one of the kids, or your granchild, or a friend, or someone close to you, looks at you with big eyes, and tell you their head is cold…. Parsley if you have it. My neighbor brought me a plate of Christmas cookies, so I gave her a hat. Dang it somes work gets in the way of knitting fun! Ten hats for charity… but saw them snatched up on this so cold day by some of the ladies who needed them. I live in Ajax and concur – today was indeed a very SHITE day weather wise. A place for fans of the Stephanie Pearl-McPhee, also known as the Yarn Harlot, to come together. Maybe Screech needs to be added to the tea and the gas logs in the fireplace need to be lit for the extra warmth. I see what you did there, Ishmael. Am presently hooking a shawl from handspun silk I finished a little while ago. I do love the bit about fighting the urge to smack hats off the heads of strangers. I second the umbrella idea. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. It’s going to be a great day! Hope you are keeping warm and not going to get the snowstorm heading our way today and tomorrow. There are umbrellas in the car, by the desk, at the front door and promo store branded ones at the shopping centre. I’ll take snow over this crap any day. Yarn weight Sport (12 wpi) ? Luxury Limousine Airport Taxi are expensive as compared to other Seattle Airport Taxi Service cut they will provide you ultimate comfortable, relaxation till your destination. Hey, guys, don’t you wanna all come to Brasil? Strangely enough, I had everything here for it and my kids are sick, so perhaps this is the point where things turn around this week? My friend is designing a brioche hat pattern. So I’m clicking over here, as I do, and I thought, gee! Just the perfect color combo for Bonfire! It seems like the perfect soup for a cold wet day. Perfect day for making soup and I have all those ingredients! Here in Vancouver in the winter you don’t leave home without one…although today so far it’s been dry. Stir the leeks after 5 minutes. I confess too that I have used your basic recipe for granola (with lots of variations) ever since you published it. My idea of comfort food. Never knitting another hat until you hear the forecast for tonight, though with eight hats, you may have those you love covered. Forgive the furry, er, anthro connotations, but the moose in me is shaking his head, craving snow and cold. The soup’s making me hungry for supper and the Fernfrost is making me wish that I was working on a pretty lace project right now. (Perhaps in more temperate climes, november rain is a gentle mist and cooling relief from the heat of the sun…sigh). A baby outfit for my new granddaughter is on th needles. You do know how to pick your rewards. the soup looks lovely. Thanks for the recipe…that’ll be a keeper! :^), I feel the same exact way you do about rain! 4 cups vegetable stock (If I don’t have any, I cheat and use water and 2 veggie bouillon cubes.) Don’t say that you are not knitting another hat. It is WAY early for any snow here in N. AL. Parallel lives, it feels like. Rain stinks if you’re in it. Made me laugh out loud! But what size can chickpeas? I can’t wait! Yarn Harlot: October 2004 74 424 1 2 of 2. I so feel your pain and your relief. You will stay warmer and way drier. One of our local fiber artists posted a link to a ravelry hat that will make wonderful charity knitting. My “like a Dad to me” passed away on Christmas day. So perfect! and kale, I meant to say I threw in kale too. Now it has started to snow. The soup looks so delicious. I hope you are home and warm and cozy now. I hope you’re back home, warm, dry, cozy 7 blocking, soon. And it is cold rain. Unless it’s the rain / wind that is too strong to even open the umbrella and you just have to forge through it. I didn’t make another for quite some time. It was so good! Somebody told me that knitting hats was like eating potato chips: you can’t stop with just one. It’s raining here in Virginia too, but I think you have us beat on the temp part. I can’t believe you managed to bust out that soup in just a half hour! Unless we get an inch or snow and then we can just give up and stay indoors. Having lived in Vancouver for ten years I now find the winter rains really comforting, which is probably just an example of if you can’t beat it, join it. I am done with navy sweaters for a while. I’m actually working my way thru Leafy Brioche and couldn’t be happier with the patterns. And my brain extraplolates so quickly: Only hat has been that one for Elliot, but a raft of hats? They make a soy-free version as well and it’s delicious. The immersion blender changed my life. And fingerless mitts are right behind the hats…, Dec 31st was the 5yr anniversary of my Dad’s passing. I learned color stranding this hear and have made at least a dozen hats. All I knit for 3 months were navy sweaters. Scroll, scroll….SHE DID IT!!! (I don’t remember a day when it didn’t rain. I think I’ll make this soup for dinner. Is there no company who can make a coat for women to attack this problem? And now I MUST start a Fernfrost. Don’t say that Steph! I LOVE the patterns you are working on, and have bookmarked them for my projects. I would so love to have a bowl of that soup appear in front of me right now! I spent it subbing for whiny kindergarten children who were cooped up in their classrooms all day because of the pouring rain. I have archived your emergency soup, and wonder–have you ever before put a food recipe (as opposed to a knitting “recipe”) on the blog? She’s a lovely girl, and I’m happy to have her in the family and I’m wondering what else I could knit that she would appreciate owning. I love Leek and Potato soup but the addition of the carrot and chick peas – lovely! I’ll bet good money that you’ll end up knitting another hat at some point in your life. When it rains I wear a skirt because I cannot stand to sit/stand/walk/be in wet/damp pants. This whole winter thing is a bust. Oh, my gosh, my mouth is watering. I was so desperate to knit less of them I taught my husband (a fledgling knitter) my pattern so he could help. Thank you for the soup recipe. From shop TinasTwistedFibers. Sorry to hear you are probably cold and miserable somewhere out there. Brioche is my new obsession. In fact, at work today, i learned a new word.. Bumbershoot.. it’s an old fashioned word for umbrella. And Bonfire is gorgeous! No, three plus seven does not make eleven. It has never worked. I read this post about ten minutes before I had to think of what I was going to make for dinner and just bought leeks and potatoes. Stephanie, You will enjoy them both after all the hats! Pretty out of character and pretty great!!! Great scarf! Morning, noon, night, hats, hats, hats. It looks delicious! Over 50 million people in America knit. From shop wooliebullie. Unfortunately, I am currently living in Norway, in a particular very, very rainy coastal city. Regular rain is far more tolerable than the cold and wet. The Yarn Harlot's Bag of Knitting Tricks Yarn Harlot: The Secret Life of a Knitter Cooking is one of my least favorite things to do, and recipes are in short supply lately as I have had to sharply curtail the list of foods I can eat, and this will work! I had beautiful soup for lunch, too, though mine was corn chowder and not vegetarian, as it included bacon. I move like a heifer trying to get out of a vat of vaseline. bright side? There are 88 yarn balls, but only 58 yarn balls are needed to 100% the game. In any case, I just wanted to say thanks for being you and thanks for the soup recipe. I’m making potato soup with pumpernickel sunflower seed bread. You will knit more hats. Over 50 million people in America knit. The range of falling water that goes from thick fog to mist to put-on-the-wipers to break out the ark. My hat free life is so perfect. I am moving in dec in ottawa and don’t want to fight the snow. Yarn Harlot tells all those stories with humor, insight, and sympathy for the obsessed. I feel the same way about the rain, and oddly enough people have made the same cat comment about me. My “done with” pattern is Monster Pants. Happy reward knitting, Stephanie! I don’t think I’ve seen one in that color before. Yarn Harlot tells all those stories with humor, insight, and sympathy for the obsessed. Previously we lived in the Seattle area and it was the same way. Don’t hate me because I’m beautiful. I knit a bunch of hats from my stash for Christmas, too! Oh, they both look fabulous. I just made this soup for our supper, thanks for the inspiration! Sport 100% Wool 150 yards / 50 grams 1423 projects. Wearing my own cashmere fernfrost makes the cold, blustery weather more bearable. The thinking happens while the page loads, and I see the title of ths post. I love the #$%@ing hats comment! You describe the feeling so well! I read this post earlier today, and I thought the soup was such a good idea that I’m eating a bowl of it right now! Eek! Winters in Scotland have much less snow but one heck of a lot more rain. The shawl is lovely. It’s raining here too, in Ottawa, and I too have to leave the nest to go run errands I don’t want to run. Even though it’s sunny here in southern Wisconsin it’s cold and the wind is whipping around I am typing this with a mug of hot chocolate at my ready. I made it last night & it’s SO yummy! Your soup sounds good, too. I was eating soup as I read this! Put the olive oil, butter and leeks into a heavy bottomed pot, stir until the butter melts, put the flame on medium low, and put a lid on it. But that’s just me. It sounds delicious. Also not a hat? Knitting, humor, a bit of pathos AND a recipe! Steph, you are a doll to share your recipes. Stay warm. I hate having water fall on me and can’t stand it when it gets on my glasses or on anything wool. That soup looks incredible so I printed the recipe for the future. Thanks so much for the recipe. BTW, we had soup tonight too. Fernfrost is gorgeous. ), sorry your day was cold and rainy! Thanks for sharing the recipe! We have SNOW and we are south of you! The colors pooled in an amazing way. I, on the other hand, am knitting a hat – the 1898 hat. Why don’t you have an umbrella? You’re fnishing Joe’s gansey then, while watching Canada’s Olympians, right, Stephanie? And I do have some cakes already in stash which would be perfect so I’m saving money …. i too had a brief noontime stop over. That kind of rain chills you to the bone and it takes forever to get warm. I hope this helps cheer you up! And definitely not a hat! Super Bowl Madness; We Call Them Pirates; One More Reason Why I Hate Windows; Typhoid Mary; Fair Isle Kicks My A%# Veni, Vidi, Vici; An Old Dog Learning New Tricks; I’ve Created a Monster; Foothill Road Aran; March 2009. It has never worked. I discovered them just recently and have since purchased almost all of them. I prefer the soup and knitting myself. . Just saying. I’m archiving your emergency soup recipe immediately. I read this post just after making a similar trudge. It has been raining here for four days straight, and while I actually enjoy rain, the damp chill does seem to get under your skin and stay there. I know, I know it must be the longest time in history someone has taken to knit one. Thanks for the soup recipe. It’s Gortex and tarps for us. Sorry that you had to go out in all that crap. You have my sympathy. Your soup was the perfect thing for a sick friend staying over tonight. Posts about Yarn Harlot written by knitpurlpdx. It is raining here in (Ypsilanti) Michigan, too! I was thinking “until another grand-baby arrives”. I’ll take your rain and you can take my sunny, yet freezing, weather. It is essentially for the same purpose, something to warm me up right down to my toes. Now I live in California and I have to laugh at how the locals get all excited about a little rain. 5 more to go, then I flat-out refuse to knit another one. Thank you for the receipe! I made a similar promise when I got food poisoning: “I’m never eating again”. You do know how to reward yourself! My gift knitting was two adult male navy sweaters. I’m going to make some now. Hope the weather turns for the better up there! It’s too hot to work on the Fair Isle sweater that I need to finish for my trip to the States in January. It’s Gawd, there’s a leak in my boot (because shoes are only worn indoors) and my sock is socking it up, cold. Thanks for the inspiration, I made my soup with red lentils since to canned beans were to be found in the pantry. That comment all by itself, will come back to bit you….on the head! No longer just a … I have some parsley pesto in my freezer that will be going into this as soon as it is done. Autocorrect is $%[email protected]% sometimes work gets in the way …. Hope you are at home safe and dry Oh – that soup sounds delicious! It’s freezing at work, even with two space heaters going nearby. Hate this kind of weather with a passion. Maybe I’ll throw in some turkey too. Yarn Harlot: October 2009 2723 15438 Rogue Roses: Feet / Legs → Socks → Mid-calf. After six years of knitting, at least the words knit blogger don’t elicit such a confused reaction anymore . I’ve been dreaming of this one for a while – I ordered the yarn ahead so that I’d have it, and I’m so smitten. So very cold outside and I did these in Icelandic yarn. Ooh, Brioche. (Thanks, Lewis Carroll!) hmm Horrible! thanks for the yummy soup recipe though. Today is DEFINITELY a soup day! just pity the bus driver, confined to the space of a schoolbus permeated with “wet backpack” odour!! for the 8-yr-old. News flash! If you dressed for cold it rained.If you dressed for rain it was cold and you were miserable. My brother also called to praise me. It might go nicely with that cowl. Next going to do the bunnies and red fox. I needed the money, so I did it. It’s made from #6 thick & thin wool/acrylic in not-babyish shades of rose/pink/white and I LOVE IT! Online Weaving Yarn Discounts* Purchase 10 yarn items (balls, skeins, or cones) and receive 5% off each. It doesn’t look nearly so bad out in Boston, but it is still calling me to hide in a big cushy chair with a book, knitting and old fashioned hot chocolate (made on the stove, not the instant from a can). Other than that, no one else gets a hat: I will gladly knitt scarves, cowls, socks (well actually I kind of burned out on socks too) mittens, baby sweaters, blankets…but the hat quota must be served. That soup looks delicious! Don’t even swim… And then *A Stash of One’s Own* appeared under my tree, so thank you for your excellent essay there, too. 2 cloves garlic, minced. Yarn Harlot: October 2004 74 426 1 2 of 2. I knit hats for charity: it uses up the small amounts in my stash, but it also honors the memory of my brother who was a Vietnam vet with PTSD who was, for a time, homeless. Don’t worry, the other’s are on my wish list. And that recipe looks good! As for rain soaking into winter coats…that’s what they make umbrellas for. That looks fantastic. Thank you! Winter rain is no fun, but right now I wish for some to clean our windows that got really grimy from the dry storm we had a few days ago…, The lace looks beautiful. This is great soup, and I am feeding it to the folks tonight. Is there no company who can make a coat for women to attack this problem? . Just the thing for holding off our icky too-thick-to-be-fog-too-thin-to-be-rain weather in San Francisco today. 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