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  • Free Downloadable Calendar - January 2020

    Ashley Ratnam

    Posted on January 06 2020

    Free Downloadable Calendar - January 2020
    Happy New year and welcome to 2020! I will admit that I am still working on setting goals and trying to outline what this year will look like for RSBSY. I feel that this year will be full of changes and adjustments as life is getting busier and am about to embark on a personal journey of sorts unrelated to the yarnie world. 
  • RSBSY Co: Wednesday Wanderings | Weekly post about the studio and home

    Ashley Ratnam

    Posted on December 04 2019

    Welcome back all my lovely readers! I am happy to report that I did make good on those lists I mentioned in the last wanderings post. The gift shopping is well underway, the advent calendar has been finished and hung much to the girls' delight. Pop over to the blog to read more.
  • Finished Object Friday: Grain by Tin Can Knits

    Ashley Ratnam

    Posted on November 29 2019

    Finished Object Friday: Grain by Tin Can Knits
    I am finally able to show this wonderful squishy shawl with you! This shawl was knit as...
  • Designer Spotlight: Heisenberg Socks by Meaghan Schmaltz

    Ashley Ratnam

    Posted on November 25 2019

    Designer Spotlight: Heisenberg Socks by Meaghan Schmaltz
    As it is prime gift knitting season I thought I would share a great sock pattern that features our Cashmerino Sock Yarn. These socks were designed by Meaghan as an anniversary present for her husband. 
  • Wednesday Wanderings

    Ashley Ratnam

    Posted on November 20 2019

    Wednesday Wanderings
    I have had a hard time focusing lately and I am not quite sure why; possibly the unpredictable weather, the start o the holiday season being so close, or maybe it the changing daylight schedule. Whatever it is, I am feeling slightly at odds so I thought I would just share thoughts with you all this Wednesday and maybe it will become my thing. A safe place for me to share my wandering thoughts in the hopes that it helps organize them slightly.