Is it Coronavirus? Allergies? Will I have enough Yarn to survive the Plague?

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How are you? How is your social distancing going? Are you worried your yarn stash will deplete faster than the Covid-19 pandemic will end? 


I’ve been under the weather the last two days. I woke up on Tuesday with a very upset stomach, exhaustion, and mild headache.  I spent all day in bed wondering if I was experience allergies, a stomach bug, or Covid-19.  My temperature remained in my normal range which is a good sign.  But, out of an abundance of caution, locked myself away from hubby and daughter.  Of course, if  what I was/am experiencing was/is Covid-19 my family is already exposed. But, you know.  

I won’t hold you in suspense. I’m feeling much better this morning.  I’m still fatigued but it’s not as bad.  My stomach has settled down. (Yay, not a stomach bug).  I did wake up with congestion and sinus pressure.  I took an allergy pill and the chest congestion has subsided although the sinus pressure remains.  I still have no fever.  I think it’s allergies. 

Like a good American, I took this unexpected time of solitude to be productive and  move my blog off of Blogger and onto Weebly.  (Finally I have the layout control I’ve always wanted!).  ​  

I hope people will enjoy this more robust environment where my YouTube content is more centralized, and I can start more uploading patterns.

Speaking of my videos.  I’m behind on editing and shooting thanks to my unexpected solitude.  I have a new Craft & Chill video to edit.  And I think we could all use some craft & chill in our lives

As always happy Knitting!

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CRAFTING NEWS!

Knit Picks Suspends Shipping!

​I received an email fromKnit Picks yesterday. Due to public health concerns, they are still accepting orders but are not shipping .  They are offering 15% off orders today.  

I’ve always had a good experience with Knit Picks, so I have no doubt they will fulfill orders when it is safe to do so.  

I applaud Knit Picks making the decision to suspend shipping so their employees cans social distance.  Although for obsessed knitters, yarn is an essential, it is not an essential business.   

I worry about the small craft businesses surviving this pandemic.  When this is over – and it will end –  there will have to be a concerted effort to support these businesses and the local LYS.  ​

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