Pizza PickMeUp

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As I am trying to find new things to get my inspired, I discovered I really love making pizza. I just thought I would share my newest creations.
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The PickMeUp

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Sometimes life gets messy and my life currently is: A. Mess.

So, it’s time for me to start cleaning it up. In order to get through the chaos, I have to assign myself “projects” just like I’m back in middle school – where learning was something that is forced upon you because you had no interest in doing it if you were left to your own devices.
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Spring-Cleaning out Jars

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I woke up this weekend like a bear coming out of hibernation. I awoke to the wonderful Spring sunshine pouring in through the curtains and walked into a nice living room full of light. Birds were chirping all around just like Snow White.

Then I walk into the kitchen, my favorite room in the apartment. But all I could see was MESS. Jars stacked onto jars. All of my dry foods sitting around and my cabinets barely closing because they are packed to the gills!
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Honeycomb Hearts

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My grandma’s house is magical. There is a lake and cabin, beautiful gardens, a sugar shack where I had my wedding and barns full of treasures. There is a “happy tree” straight out of a Winnie the Pooh story.

One day, I received a picture text from my mom. The picture was a bag full of honeycomb that she found on the ground under the “happy tree” – this grand old tree is central to many memories that we grew up with. Continue Reading

Banana Coconut Buckwheat Bread

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I’ve been buying a lot of bananas recently because they are the perfect on-the-go snack. However, after a long week of long hours at work, a couple of them were left behind. They turned to that perfect sickeningly sweet – way too brown – banana bread – bananas.

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Work in progress

by CourTney So Tara and I have decided to start an Etsy store.  We have a lot of homemade items that could be useful to crafters and non-crafters alike.  At this point, we have a name, a digital store front, graphics and some merch.  Now we just have to put it all together. I thinkContinue Reading

Apartment Recording Requires Whiskey

My HB, just like Eve’s, is a wonderful musician. He plays percussion on anything – along with the bouzouki, the mandolin, the piano and the harmonica set my family and I got him for Christmas. It’s one of my favorite things about him. I love creativity and I appreciate it so much in him. ThisContinue Reading

Day 2: Junk, Pizza & Bier

By Tara & CourTney CourTney: Day 2 of Tara’s visit. The main adventure that I wanted to tackle on their visit was this random second hand store I past one evening while going to see the HB play in his band, LeafPile, at the Knitting Factory in Brooklyn. It was a really random shop withContinue Reading

Things we Love: Iceland

Things We Love: Iceland – by NonLinear Knitting from CourTney Yost on Vimeo. Eve and I have plenty of videos in store for you. This is the first in a string of many. It comes from our collection, “Things we love.”Continue Reading

Thinking while Hair Pinning

Sometimes when I am deep in concentration about something, I need to make my hands busy to help free up my mind. Last night I began pondering the future of my crafting. Could it be more? So I dug out the good ol’ standbys when I need a quick creative fix.Continue Reading

Things We Love – Dance

NonLinearKnitting Presents: Things We Love “DANCE” from CourTney Yost on Vimeo. We love many things, but dance parties is pretty high on the list. My cousin, Leesha, is a beautiful dancer so we were the fourth wall while she warmed up for some Ballroom dancing.Continue Reading

Craft Sabbatical: A “hank”-ering to dye

I signed up for a yarn dying class at Lion Brand Studios in NYC about a month or so ago. Tara has been previously experimenting with dying yarns, but I have yet to do so. She mailed me a great green and yellow hand dyed wool – My soon to be French Press cozy.Continue Reading