About Me

The phone rang, and I placed the scarf I was crocheting on the end of the couch, with my hook holding the last stitch, and hopped up to answer the phone. When I returned, “Legs” had stretched out on the couch, kicked the scarf into the corner which caused the crochet hook to fall under the couch cushions and the yarn ball to roll into the floor, undoing stitches as it went. Typical of my life–threads to untangle and make right, often after someone else tangled them up.

(“Legs” is my child who has an impossibly long inseam measurement and a complete inability to look before sitting.)

Loose Threads is a record of my creative journey through life, trying to enjoy the chaos and possibly turn it into something beautiful.

My name is Rita and you’re welcome to come along for the ride, although I’m not sure where we’re going. Hop over to the Say Helloย page and leave a message.

All images and contents are the property of Loose Threads and Fluff, copyright 2014-2016. If you use my content, please credit the source. If I use content that I did not create, I will credit and acknowledge the source. (There are lots of amazingly creative bloggers out there–let’s give them the credit they are due.) Should I post a pattern on Loose Threads and Fluff, it is for your personal use only, and please acknowledge me as the creator. Let’s all respect each others’ work and the blogosphere will be much more fun for all!



8 thoughts on “About Me

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