This morning I got up, grabbed a coffee, and sat myself down at my desk to write this post. Well, it wasn’t this post, I was going to write a different one, but I took a minute to check my inbox before I started, and I had blog mail.

Have I mentioned blog mail? It’s an umbrella term that we use around here for any emails that are about the blog, for the blog or from the blog. A fair bit of it comes every day, and there’s several different kinds. Some I like, some I love, some annoys me, and some is so bad I delete it right away and go for a walk.  Here, paraphrased dramatically, are the usual blog emails I get.

1. Dear Stephanie, I am a freelance writer who’s having trouble getting started, can I write a guest post on your blog to help me get things going? I have no audience, so it would be super awesome if I could borrow yours.

(This is both sweet and ballsy, but it can’t happen. There’s too many of you.)

2. Dear Blogger, we’re a company that provides advertising to amazing bloggers exactly like you, and after looking carefully at your blog we can tell that we are exactly the right company to provide ads for you.

(If you looked at my blog for four seconds, you’d see I have no ads. Have a great day.)

3. Dear Stefanie, I make a great product, and I would like to pay you to feature it on your blog.

(I don’t really “feature” products on my blog, I just sort of… use stuff I like? If you want to try with another blogger you should spell their name right though.)

4. Dear Stephanie, I didn’t want to say this in the comments, but what you’re knitting right now is stupid, ugly, unflattering and you have absolutely no taste.

(Thanks for sharing?)

5. Dear Stephanie, I didn’t want to say this in the comments, but you’ve gained some weight and it doesn’t look good on you/ you would look so much better if you wore a little makeup / I saw your armpit hair in a photo and even though I live a thousand kilometres from you it really upset me / Keep colouring your hair the grey makes you look old/ Please take care of yourself.

(I don’t answer those.)

6. Dear Stephanie, I just finished reading the blog from the beginning to now, and I’d like to thank you for the trip. It was great.

(It was my pleasure.)

7. Dear Stephanie, something you wrote meant something to me, and what I have to say about it is too intimate for the comments.

(You are the whole reason I write.)

8. Dear Stephanie, I have been reading your blog for a while and I really enjoy it. You should write a book! 

(I have never, ever figured out how to answer that one.)

That’s pretty much what blog mail looks like. 6, 7 and 8 are the ones I like best out of all of them, or the were untll this morning, when I got a new favourite kind to put on my list. It was the first thing I read this morning, and it blew me away.  Dramatically paraphrased, it said:

Dear Stephanie,

This morning I made a donation to your Bike Rally fundraising as a way of saying thank you. I know today is your blogiversary, and I’ve been reading your blog for all twelve of those years, and I wanted to find a way to show you that I’m grateful for the time and energy you put into the blog. I don’t have a lot of money, but I did manage $12. That’s one dollar for every year, and I wish it could be more, but it’s at least symbolic, and I think you’d like that.  Love,

The Blog.

I was gobsmacked. I did know today was my blogiversary. That’s what I was going to write about, of course. Like in years gone by, I was going to try once again to explain the magic and transforming effect The Blog (that’s you) has had on my life, and once again I wasn’t going to be able to say anything more than that it’s been an amazing ride, and I love you all. Then I read that, and I wiped any ideas I had from my head, and knew I wanted to say this: Thank you, not for the effect that you have had on my life, but for the effect you have had on the lives of others.

I am a lucky person. I have an education and a great family and I was born in a safe and prosperous place, and have a great deal of good fortune on my side. Without you, my life wouldn’t be anywhere near as amazing as it is, but I wouldn’t be sick, or dead, or hungry.

That isn’t true for the people who use the charities we’ve supported over the years. That $12? That’s just changed someone’s life, maybe saved it. Because all of you have chosen to be The Blog, the world is a better place, with more safe and healthy people in it. Because you have chosen to be The Blog, there are charities who talk about how to thank you, how to show you their gratitude.

I am proud of a lot of things over the last twelve years of blogging. I am proud of the community I’ve tried to build, I’m proud of the attitudes I’ve tried to promote, I’m proud of the body of work that I’ve produced, and I’m really proud that I’ve been doing it for twelve years. Mostly though, I’m proud of you.

Thank you for the last twelve years, and to the person who sent twelve dollars to PWA this morning? Thanks for everything.

244 thoughts on “Twelve

  1. Thank you for making us all part of The Blog, and giving us ways to help others, and the laughter, and the tears.
    Let’s see…12 years is silk/linen…you can knit with either of those!
    Here’s to as many more years doing this as makes you happy!

  2. Happy Blogiversary! If more people were like you, and most of your amazing readers, the world would be a better place.
    I will donate 12 bucks today also. for all of the work you do for us.
    signed, a white haired hairy woman.

  3. I don’t often consider myself part of “The Blog” since I rarely comment or participate in an active way. But I’ve been reading your blog almost since the beginning (and I did once go back and read the entries I’d missed!) and I, too, appreciate what you do. The advice and wisdom you share is invaluable. I love how much you share of your life and yourself with all who care to read it. This entry has inspired me, so I just donated to your bike rally, too. The exchange rate works in my favor these days and I could afford it. Happy Blogiversary – here’s to many more!

  4. Happy Blogoversary Stephanie! Thank you for all the beautifully written stories and philosophical musings. Thanks for sharing your life and your passions, and encouraging me and mine. Thank you for helping me to laugh my way through my knitting frustrations as they teach me to be a better, more creative, more patient, more adventurous person. Just thanks. And lots of love, too!

  5. I like your blog because it’s real. Real you. Real problems. Real joys. Real frustrations. Real solutions. Real life. But written with humor. Thank you.

    • (Especially Joe getting the truck stuck in the back lane…now THAT was so real it still makes me laugh through my nose years later!!)

      • I made my husband read that story. I couldn’t describe it to him without breaking up into tears/laughter.

        Love you Stephanie and Love you The Blog!

        • 12 years of reading, and that’s still my favorite story too. So many thanks to you, Joe and the girls for living in the fishbowl that is your lives because of The Blog!

          • When was the post for that? I’ve read for a few years but don’t remember that….
            Though the bike rally training story when she got her foot stuck… I had to make my husband read that as I couldn’t even breathe….

          • I love that one, but the water balloon story and the girls going to bed in the afternoon (and staying there!) makes me laugh so much, and have even more respect for Stephanie as a mom!

      • Oh Lord. I laughed so hard I had tears. I tried to read it to my husband, I couldn’t get the words out. I’ll have to go re-read that. Thanks for bringing the link!

  6. I’m a number 6; I have gone back and read the entire blog more than once.
    Happy Blogoversary, thank you for all you have given us, and thank the Blog for being who they (we) are!

  7. Thank you for this tweile years. You have been always a beacon for me in knitting world. I have already written before, but the mostmemorable post of your blog for me until now is the one you stayed in a house surrounded by tree and snow to write your book and walked hours to the nearest place with human being and got a beer.
    I shall donate my twelve dollars to PWA, of course, to celebrate your day. Congrats!

  8. I usually don’t check blogs on Saturday. Sitting for a knitting break from housework and a little nudge to check on you. Great post, great day, I too have really enjoyed your posts. Thank You.

  9. Amen-Happy “blogivirsory”- thank you for promoting kindness in all through your words,deeds, humor – prompting us all to give from the heart.

  10. I wake up in the morning and go to my computer. After seeing if I have anything from my children, you are next up… You inspire me, you teach me, you give me “stuff” to share with my friends….You give me ideas….
    While recovering from a knee replacement followed by a surprised diagnosis of breast cancer and mastectomy, a month after, I knitted constantly… Thank you for giving me inspirations and very fun days when things looked a little cloudy at times….. Bless your heart……

  11. Just imagine how much good The Blog could do if it all donated $12 to the Bike Rally or Knitters Without Frontiers or any other fantastic charity of it’s choice! What do you say, Blog? I’m off to donate.

  12. Happy Blogsaversery! I find inspiration here-not only in knitting, but in parenting and in living my life. It’s a good thing you do-and I thank you!

  13. Happy #12 from a relative newcomer. You snagged me with the Advent Calendar you made last year. Since then you are a must read for me. Happy to send my $12 too.

  14. £12 to MSF from the UK to say thank you for the Blog, the solace it’s provided in tough times and the laughs and sage advice (on knitting, parenting, being a decent human being etc). Happy Blogaversary xx

  15. Wow! Always good to be reminded that there ARE really wonderful people out there. Happy Blogiversary and am making my donation too. Love the blog and all the wonderful good vibes you send out there!

  16. Anniversary donation going to Invest in M.E. I was introduced to your blog and books by a counsellor at a difficult time.
    You are up early on my morning internet jobs.
    Thanks to you and she. ☺

  17. To honor of your blogiversary, my captcha pic is the balloons! Apropos, no? Anyway, thanks for 12 great years. I’ve been a Blog reader since soon after inception & there’s no other blog that I’ve stuck with that long. Here’s to another 12 great years. I love the idea thrown out in earlier comments that we all contribute $12 to the Bike Rally. I’ll be doing my share to thank you for sharing yourself & your world with us.

  18. Stephanie. I love your blog. Your willingness to admit the house is a wreck, that you haven’t unpacked / packed your suitcase, that you never have the right yarn for projects. that you have more stuff to do in a day than you have day. The fact that you’re greying and gaining weight make me feel like we are in the same posse. I love that you’re one of us, until, and I mean this most sincerely, that you tell us you’re going to ride a million miles on a skinny bike, in the rain for 3 months. I’m exhausted just thinking about it. Thanks for never trying to be anything more than just one of us…except for that exercise thing.

  19. I’m so sorry people out there think they should “share” their views on how you appear to them. Spectacularly unhelpful!
    Thank you so much for your efforts on behalf of groups in need as well as your efforts in the field of good parenting, spousing, and managing life. Thank you so much also for the Port Ludlow treats you offer. My experience at the June one last year was such a gift. The anticipation of the next one is helping me be more pleasant when things are occasionally less so.

  20. I think you are totally awesome and I was lucky enough to attend a class and have my picture with you holding my monkey……….sock. I can’t believe humans can write such horrible things. Did they never listen to their mothers. If you can’t say something nice…………….. I’m glad you have thick skin. Happy anniversary, blog, life otherwise…. You ROCK.

    • Unfortunately, my mother is one who often says/writes such horrible things…and even after 54 years of experience with her, I still find it hard to believe people. Here’s to breaking the cycle! (my kids are awesome…if I do say so myself)

      Thanks for everything, Steph! Happy blogiversary!

  21. I love your books and your blog. Thank you for sharing your stories with us…all of them. I, too, will make a donation. Keep giving us words of hope, joy, laughter, and sage knitting advice.

  22. Thanks for showing us that you’re a real person! I imagine that if your priorities revolved round make-up, etc, you’d have less time and energy for the amazing and inspiring work that you do. I’m sending my $12 to the bike rally. Happy Blogiversary!

  23. I am definitely number six and seven and I read your books as they come out ( especially liked The Amazing Way..).
    Your blog also gets read out loud to my daughter.
    Thank you for your time and energy.

  24. You are a part of my weekly routine. You have made me laugh and cry and inspired me to be a better knitter, and frankly to be a better person-one who is giving and strives to give back to her community. Not too much pressure eh? ; ) Thank you! Pattye

  25. Stephanie I have only recently found your blog and read it when ever there is a new post. Please don’t change for anyone other than yourself. You are such a seriously “normal” down to earth and funny individual. Some of your comments make me laugh out loud including this blog. Well done more power to you.

  26. Happy 12th ! You have given me many hours of entertainment, help, and inspiration. May you continue doing your thing as long as it makes you happy to do so,


  27. Made my Blogversary donation! I have followed your blog for a number of years and while I don’t always comment, I also enjoy the comments from the rest of the Blog. Thank you for being you! I can only send love and admiration and hugs for all of the things you have taught me over the years.

  28. Congratulations!! Thank you for making us a part of The Blog! It’s been awesome to read your posts and to learn from you. You’re an amazing human being and I’ve learned a great deal from you these past few years, both with regards to knitting and life in general. <3

  29. Thank you for your blog, your books and sharing your life so generously! Just added my 12,– to your ralley pot and wishing you (and us) all the best for the next 12 years.

  30. You didn’t “try” to make a community – you DID! We (the Blog) plus our fearless leader (you) have found lost bags, lost yarn, yarn needed when you ran out, etc. I love being a part of it. I’m donating my $12 plus another $12 for 12 more years. The blog is the first thing I check in the morning. Happy Blogaversary and here’s to many more.

  31. It is your very authenticity that is so wonderful. Those who want to change you have their own issues! Thanks for your good humour, insight and brilliant writing, Steph!

  32. Thanks for the 12 years, although I did a bit of speed reading to catch up in the early days. I believe there are going to be a host of worthy, but confused charities as they receive repeated $12 donations. Off to add to the confusion.

  33. Thank you for your wonderful blog, and books and for sharing yourself with us over the years. I’m a Kansas City resident and am so looking forward to seeing you in person in the spring. Congratulations on reaching a milestone – I’m doubling down and sending $24!

  34. Dearest Stef,
    Honestly I just don’t know how you do it! I have read all your blog posts, I own all your books and I cherish everything you write. You perk me up when I am blue. You amuse me when I need a laugh. You remind me that even really experienced knitters make mistakes so I won’t feel as bad when I goof up. I check on your blog every day hoping for a post.
    Last year I was deluged with the usual requests for donations but mostly because of you I donated a big chunk to Doctors without Borders.
    Happy Blogiversary.
    Long may you write!
    Mary in Pacifica California

  35. Fabulous! Happy Blogiversary! Glad you had a new email that was amazing. #8 made me smile. Ditto for me, though I haven’t been reading you for 12 years. I love this blog. It’s hands-down my favorite one. I’m so glad that you write it, because you got me started in knitting. I only really knit garter stitch cloths out of random skeins until I came across your books. You opened a whole new world for me, and for that, I am grateful.

  36. Dear Stephanie

    I have been reading your blog for years now, and love it. It is funny, interesting, inspiring, very well written and my heart leaps each new post. Several times I have knitted what you have, pattern or wool. I have all your books and read them many times over. I too have donated to your causes as a way of saying thanks: I am grateful for the sharing you do. I have never commented before, and I simply can’t understand why someone would criticise. What you do is great. How you look is great and your family are awesome. Thank you.

  37. Happy Blogaversary! You are a treasure, and I’ve been reading this off and on for years. The way you trust yourself, the way you care for your loved ones, and how you knit are inspiring.

  38. Thank you for twelve years of brilliant entertainment!!!

    Over the years, I’ve gone back & read through the archives a couple of times and really enjoyed it. You have no idea how much you have brought to us. It’s been a fun ride, and it’s never allowed to stop!

  39. Dear Stephanie,

    I donated £12.00 to the Bike Rally, so that apparently works out at $24.19 Canadian dollars.

    Thank you so much for writing your lovely Blog.

  40. I like my own grey armpit hair.

    What 12 years of your written and knitted work has shown me is the beauty of the passage of time. The kids are grown (mine will be someday too), the socks- they came and went (I will not cry over the darning), the sweaters occasionally catch on fire a little (ah crap, new cuff), squirrels are the devil (in any country), starting a stash is like being only a little bit pregnant, life is too short and yarn is too beautiful to waste on boring projects, and that we should never forget who it is we’re knitting for. You move us all for the good of the world, accomplishing acts of love and service.

    Long may your grey pit hair wave.

  41. I’m also in for a blogaversary donation! Thanks for all you do for us, for your family, and for the world. We are all richer for it.

  42. Another $12 from The Blog. For all of the same wonderful, beautiful, joyful, tearful reasons that everyone before me has already listed.

  43. Just sent my $12 to your Rally fund. Thanks so much for the last twelve years. You’ve made me brave (both personally and knitterly), made me cry, and made me laugh–a lot. I love being part of The Blog. I can’t wait to see what the next 12 years brings for all of us. Hint: grandchildren make the adventures of child-rearing worthwhile. Just saying, because the Ladies are all grown up now, and we’re waiting on Grandchild #2 coming in April so I’ve got babies on the brain.

    • But lucky Stephanie has nieces and nephews nearby to keep her happy until the time is right for grandbabies.

      I’ve been wishing for another baby blanket saga though, just because her baby blankets are so amazing.

  44. Happy blogiversary! I dropped my $12 in the MSF bucket; thank you for reminding us about the worthy causes in the world, and for reminding us that it’s okay to be a little (or a lot) obsessed with knitting.

  45. Happy Blogiversary, Stephanie! I’ve been reading your blog for almost as long as I’ve been knitting, which is only four years, but there you go. Your Knitting Rules! book is dog-eared, highlighted, and has many Post-it bookmarks and is never far from my knitting chair. And as of November, it’s signed by you – I took two of your classes at the CGFF – I was the doofus in the first row who couldn’t stop grinning the entire class; I had the best time – thank you for putting your sweet, sassy self out there for all of us to enjoy.

  46. I have 2 of your books. And really like them.You mentioned you like 6,7&8. Which ones are those. Will they be for sale at Madrona in Feb?

    • Stephanie is referring to the types of e-mails she gets as numbered above in the post, not books she has written. She has written more books though, those are listed with links on the blog, right hand column.

  47. Happy blogiversary, dear Harlot! Thank you for 12 years of creating this yarny community that is about so much more than yarn. ‘Stopped by your bike rally fundraising site just now to give my 12 dollars. I’ll make another donation later but this $12.00 this day seemed appropriate and necessary. ‘So, so very grateful for you!

  48. Thank you, Steph, for writing the blog so humourously and with such compassion. $12 donated to MSF in thanks and congratulations.

  49. I tried to come up with something you could say to the people who suggest you write a book, but honestly the perfect answer eludes me. If I wake up at 3 AM with it, I’ll get back to you. Meanwhile, thank you for The Blog, from The Blog! I’m off to give my $12 to the bike rally.

  50. I almost never comment but I’ve been reading for probably about 10 of your 12 years (and I went back and read all of the posts that I missed). $12 donated to the Bike Rally in honor of your blogiversary!

  51. Stephanie,
    I wanted to start by saying Happy Blogaversary! I stumbled first onto your books in my local library, and then onto your blog, 2 years ago, right after a huge move across 2 states.
    Your dedication to knitting and to spinning has been a great source of inspiration to me. I love the fact that you are an open, honest woman, which in turn has influenced me to be more open with others. I am inspired by things you’ve knit, and will unashamedly say that I have learned to knit socks because of you. I’m also learning to spin this year because I’ve spent the past two drooling over your homespun!
    Thank you for the past 2 years. I hope you get to feeling better soon!
    Jessi in Texas

    • I love your country and when I saw that news item I laughed out loud. I bought a gorgeous sweater on the big island nearly 30 years ago. Your yarn (and sheep) … fantastic.

  52. Siting on the East Coast of the US watching the snow come down all – it was a perfect
    day to knit all day. Happy Blogiversary, for all the times you reminded us that we’re not alone dealing with children, teens, grey hair, and a few extra pounds. I’ve been reading for more than half the time you’ve been blogging, I think, but went back and read the whole thing. Gee, maybe you should write a book….oh, wait. (Off to give my $12 to MSF).

  53. It’s an honour to be a part of The Blog, and a part of the wonderful work for others that you facilitate. And aside from the knitting I love the warmth, common sense, and downright hilarity in your writing…you should really write a book! 😉
    Happy Blogiversary!

  54. You have me in misting up. Thank you Stephanie for all that you give. I’m so glad to have met you. You really inspire me on a regular basis. Happy blog anniversary!

  55. Hi Stephanie,
    Happy blogiversary! I haven’t been reading your blog for 12 years, but for about 5 years, that is since a friend told me about it.
    I love your sense of humour and your observations of daily life. I’ve read your books, you make me laugh.
    If I have a tea while knitting, I’ll say “The Yarn Harlot does it.”, if I have a beer while knitting, I’ll say it again “The Yarn Harlot does it.” I love reading about your knitting adventures, it validates mine.
    After reading your blog entry today, I realize that I should do my part and write you more often, that way, you will be getting more fun/happy/appreciative mail! 🙂 You can always use more of those, right?
    Keep up the good blog. Ha!

  56. Thank you… (MSF has been on my list of charities for 12 years now. Some years we give more than others, but we always try to give some… And I just suggested it to a young friend with her first job as a good charity.)

  57. (Technically, none of those icons was actually a musical note, it was the treble clef symbol, but oh well.)

    Well, how could I NOT donate $12 to the Bike Rally after reading this??? Thanks for 12 years of the best blogging the interwebs have to offer. And my favorite story is Joe & the Stuck Truck, too. Weep with laughter every time I read it.

    I had no idea when I picked up yarn & needles after about a 35-year hiatus, that I’d find a golden person like you online who would share and show me the wonder of the world, through strings and pins. Bravo!

  58. Happy Blogiversary! I have not been reading for twelve years, only 8, and one of the reasons I love your blog is because you are who you are and that you don’t try to change that.

  59. Stephanie, your blog always brightens my day. My favourite post is the one entitled “Enough” that you wrote for Christmas one year. It reflected what I often feel when I look around my home. Steph, you have said several times that you are not religious. I beg to differ. While you may not identify yourself as a Christian, a Jew, or a Muslim, or any other organized religion, you are deeply spiritual. The prof I respected most at college drilled into us his basic belief: “Life is religion.” How you live your life shows what your religion is. Your religion is what drives what you do and who you are. And you can teach many of us, who do identify as one religion or another, so much about building community, sharing our lives and ourselves with the poor and the disadvantaged, and working towards more justice in this world. Thank you so much for sharing yourself with us, for challenging us, and for making us laugh and cry. Here’s to many more years of Yarn Harlot in our lives.

  60. Dear Stephanie, happy blogiversary to all of us. I love opening up your page and finding a new post. Sometimes you inspire me with your knitting, other times you make me laugh until I cry and on some very special days, you wow me with your wisdom and your insights.
    I just made an anniversary donation to the bike rally in your honor.
    Thanks for making us a community!

  61. Thank you for the 12 years of inspiration and community! Happy Blog Birthday. And thank you for reminding me to regularly contribute to your bike rally and also to Doctors without Borders.

  62. Happy Blogiversary! Thank you for sharing your life with us all; we’re so much richer because of it. Donation made. Many blessings to you and your family.

  63. Happy Blogiversary! You brighten my day and I actually have you marked on my toolbar so I can find you faster. Keep on knitting….. and blogging.

  64. Happy Blogiversary!! I so look forward to your posts… they always make me laugh, think, and appreciate.
    You make a difference. Thank you.

  65. Happy Blogiversary. Your bike rally page has just accepted my $12 donation. Thanks for 12 years of the blog. I’ve enjoyed it, and all your lovely books (most of which you have kindly signed for me – some in person). Knitting Rules never leaves the shelf beside my recliner where it is always handy for reference. The others are in the bookshelf nearby. Your plain vanilla sock pattern gave me the courage to finally knit socks, in my 60s. Now I confidently wing my socks (in my 70s) and that’s down to your inspiration. Many more years of success and happiness to you.

  66. Oh, happy blogaversary!

    Many, many thanks to you for your honesty, spirit and dirty words.

    My donation goes to MSF, $12 per month for 12 months, because they’re always there. And so are you.

  67. I just want to say, I HAVE read your blog from beginning to end, you have said many things that have touched me, and you have helped to remind me of what I need versus what I want. I will gladly donate to your bike rally fund and to MSF/DWB anytime you ask, and even when you don’t because you are an exceptional person. I’m so happy that you’re here after twelve years, when so many have gone. Here’s to another twelve!

  68. Stephanie,

    Thank you so much for sharing some of yourself with all of us this way. I read your blog before I was a knitter, and it was at least in part because of your blog that I did become a knitter (as opposed to someone who knits a little sometimes). Because of you and your blog, I tackled my first socks (Bayerische) and my first sweater (a men’s Lopi pattern I modified to fit me) without fear. I got to show you those socks and sweater the first time I met you on a book tour, and the second time I got to show you my wedding veil. Both times you were amazingly charming and supportive, and you made me feel like I was really a part of a huge community. Thank you for being so wonderful, real, honest, inclusive, encouraging, witty, and kind. Thank you for sharing so much of your life with all of us.


    P.S. As so many others have done, I also made a thank-you donation to the bike rally.

  69. Dear Stephanie,
    I hope I spelled your name right.Just wanted to say
    I have read your Blog for quite some time.And for all its worth You still have it.Your great.I don’t care if you wear make up or not.You look fine.

  70. Thank you Stephanie for sharing your world – your heart, your family, your country and your life. We live at opposite ends of this wonderful planet so our lives can at times appear quite different, but when you make me laugh, cry or just think I know we are really quite similar. Thank you for these 12 years. ($AUD12 to your rally total).

  71. 1. – 8. : I had to laugh until I cried.
    There is nothing that doesn´t exist.
    I´ve read your book “Knit´s End” while I was sitting in the city train and found myself that much in there, that I had to laugh out really loud.
    I love your blog and I wish you all the best.

  72. Hi Stephanie! I’ve been reading your blog from almost the beginning, have seen your lovely ladies grow up, and have laughed and cried with you through the years; I was even lucky enough to hear you speak when you visited Southern California years back. In the past year or so, though, I haven’t been visiting the Blog because I’ve kinda become obsessed with quilting which relegated knitting, and all things related, to a distant second while I learned this new craft (horrible, I know). But once a Knitter, always a Knitter, and I came back just in time for your blogiversary! I don’t comment, but this time I had to say “thank you” for all that you do and have made donations to you and Cameron! Now, please excuse me, as I need to catch up on what I have been missing…

  73. Stephanie….I really enjoy your blog.
    I have purchased 2 of your patterns on Ravelry. Oatmeal Stout has issues, not clear directions…and Nouveau, which I just started knitting, has serious issues. I am not a new knitter, but I also don’t like to have to figure a pattern out either, I like to just follow the instructions and produce a fine piece of fabric. But when I have to rip back a project because the pattern is written wrong, that really pisses me off, especially when I paid for the pattern. So, please update your patterns if you’re going to charge for them. People have already posted on Ravelry where the issues are, you should at least fix them. When I pay for something, I expect quality.

    • I printed out the Nouveau-né layette from the first day it was offered and had absolutely no problems knitting it. It was a joy to knit, came out beautifully, and was a huge hit at the baby shower. Thank you, Stephanie, for such a great pattern!

        • Bev, I suggest that you email Stephanie about the problems you encountered in her patterns. I’m guessing she’ll bend over backwards to help you over the rough patches. Try it. Sometimes an alternate explanation is all it takes.

          • I have made Oatmeal Stout in two different colorways (so twice) and had no problems with the pattern.

  74. Another $12 going towards the Bike Rally from me! I’ve read and loved your blog for about 10 years. You write such funny, touching, informative, and human things. My life is better because of you!

  75. Stephanie, A special “Thank you for all the good years. Once upon a long time ago, during a bad period, I mentioned a litany of things gone wrong. You sent me a warm note of encouragement and a kind offer I appreciated it. Right now my road has taken not just another left turn but absolutely flipped itself upside down (like some of those photos of earthquakes in California) I remember your note with great fondness. Again, thank you. May your path forever be (relatively) smooth!

  76. Happy blogiversary!! Congratulations!

    I’m a fairly new knitter who has gone back and read all of your blog. I love the stories, the humour, the gorgeous knitting. I kinda wish I lived next door so we could sit and knit together. (I’d bring the wine.) There is something so special about connecting (virtually and in real life) with others who love what you love.

    Off to donate … cheers!

  77. No, Thank YOU, for The Blog would not exist without you, your leadership, your kind heart, your humour (Canadian spelling, just for you), and your amazing ability to help us laugh at ourselves as you laugh at yourself (I guess that would be your humility and humanity). Thank you, Thank you, Thank you, and Happy Blogiversary!

  78. This is a bit late, but Happy Blogiversary! Thank you for sharing so much with us. I first came across your work in an Introduction to a re-issue of one of Elizabeth Zimmerman’s books. Since then, I have bought all your books, followed your blog avidly, and introduced your work to my sister. You touch people in a way that is very rare. Thank you.

  79. Happy Belated Blogiversary. I’ve donated to the Bike Rally and MSF in thanks for your blog, books, patterns and general knitting inspiration over the years – not to mention all the laughs. May you knit and blog on forever.

  80. 5. Dear Stephanie, I want to say this in the comments.
    I’ve gained some weight it has up and down for years(mostly up but that is the way it goes)
    / I gave up makeup years ago, it really didn’t make me look better
    / I haven’t shaved my armpits in eons
    / my hair is grey because I am old
    / Please we are real women taking care of everyone. thank you for caring and not judging me as I sit and read your blog. thank you for being perfect for my imperfect world.
    my next click is a click to donate $12 for every year you have written.
    happy anniversary!!

  81. Hi! Just reading this today but want to say thanks for all the years of posts. Reading the blog is an inspiration and a sanity check! I donated the 12.00 to the ride and will donate more in the future.

  82. “even though I live a thousand kilometres from you it really upset me”

    That’s some powerful armpit hair you have, woman. As mutant superpowers go, it might not be my first choice but I’d take it.

    However, I beg of you to use the awesome and terrifying power of your armpit hair on the side of light and never give into the dark side. A power like that could do … Well, a lot of fun things actually. What the hell, go dark. They have better chocolate on that side.

  83. Stephanie, Thanks for a great ride! (Pun intended). $12 to each MSF and your Rally fund.

    Hey, Blog…remember the Haiku and crashing the server?
    Good times.

  84. Someone actually wrote to comment on your arm pit hair?! WT actual F? I will never understand why people feel ok to say such thing to people, strangers or not, on the internet as if the people on the other end either a. care about that opinion or b. don’t have actual feelings.

    Please keep doing what you’re doing and being the wonderful knitter and person that you are. I learned to knit in 2007 and have been following your blog just as long. You’re one of the few that I truly can say I religiously follow because your posts always come across as though I’m reading an IRL friend’s blog rather than someone who hasn’t the slightest clue who I might be other than some knitter in the vast pool of knitters.

  85. I love your blog and have been reading it for most of the 12 years after my mom gave me one of your books for Christmas (it made the rounds of my knitting group and now we all follow your blog…ripple, ripple, ripple!). I have started giving to Doctors Without Borders in part because of you. 🙂 Thank you Stephanie!

  86. And, thank you, not just for the blog,…one which we all can identify with, but for validating and helping to continue the marvelous world of fibers, fiber arts and the people of all ages who will continue to investigate it. Thank you for showing the meaning of family and friends…… and showing us it IS possible to get family members to model something and be photographed. (Am sending mine to you….)

  87. $12 more for the Bike Rally from me. Thank you for the amazing, moving, and inspiring 12 years of the blog…looking forward to the next 12!

  88. Thanks for your blog and happy 12th anniversary. I’m also joining in for the $12 donation in honor! It’s been wonderful to have a knitting community for the past 7 years while I’ve lived far from home and far from any other knitters (that I know of) in tropical climates. Thank you for sharing so much of yourself and your family with us. I could never be thick skinned enough to deal with the haters, but thank you for ignoring/dealing/walking away from them and continuing down your own path.

  89. Have read you since the beginning, THANKS for it all. And thanks to the Blog too as it is great to be part of a community, which is here because of you.
    And the comment..I can believe it; had a lady walk up to me while I had coffee and ask if I had considered going platinum blond as the grey make me look tired! I was at a loss for words but even more when she came back a week later to ask if I had given her suggestion any consideration?Anyway, as someone else said, they have their own issues. Love your ability to put real life into word in ways that make me laugh and cry. Hugs.
    Ps: I now put blue streaks in my hair

  90. Just donated to KWB (sent you an email with the amount as requested on the page). Thank you so much for all the laughs.

    It’s awful that people think they can comment negatively on how you look etc… If they don’t like what they see then why don’t they just go somewhere else! I love the fact that you are prepared to show that you are a real person, with a real life. Lots of other blogs are lovely to look at but show such perfection that it’s just a little bit depressing for a normal person who is struggling along trying to keep all the balls in the air.

  91. Just wanted to say I love your blog. It not only made me a better knitter (yay!), it has inspired me to donate to something bigger than myself (double yay!). Also, not that you need me or anyone else to say this, but it doesn’t matter if you have armpit hair, or grey hair, or grey armpit hair, you’re a great, beautiful human being. That hair just proves you’re still around making the world a better place.

  92. I’m currently unemployed but far from desperate. I donated $12 to PWA and wish it could be more. Thank you so much for sharing your life with the Blog.

  93. Thank you! For your insight and humour, the laughs and sharing of real moments, and for the opportunity to be a member of The Blog and feel a part of a great community of knitters. I will add another 12 dollars to my donation to the Bike Rally this year. It’s fitting.

  94. Happy Blogiversary! I have been enjoying your blog for many years. I also enjoy your books. I’m looking forward to your next one. From someone who thinks a touch of eyeshadow & a swipe of lipstick is going all out for wearing makeup! It happens maybe 3 times a year:-)

  95. I just did a quick calculation, and there have been 140 donations of $12 (or multiples thereof) – plus some anonymous and several ’round numbers’ – in the last day, more than doubling Stephanie’s fund-raising total so far! It doesn’t take much to make a difference – a little bit from many people. Thanks to the reader who got the ball rolling. And thanks, Stephanie, for opening your heart – both The Blog and the world are much better because you’re here.

  96. Congratulations! I think I have been following your blog about 7 or 8 years. I don’t knit anymore — your knitting is the only knitting in my life now. I always enjoy reading your blog and love your books! Here’s to at least another 10+ years of blogging. 🙂

  97. Now that we have time to catch our breaths here in south central Pennsylvania, Happy Blogiversary to you! I’m thrilled for you.

    I’m amazed by some of the questions you get asked but then think, you don’t know if you don’t ask.

    Like some of the newer readers, I’m starting from the beginning. You are my insomnia reading. No I don’t use you to fall asleep. I read because I can’t sleep. I can’t knit in the dark unless something really simple and even then I run the risk of impalement from a wildly flung arm or leg. I can’t get up because I lose my place in bed if I do. So I read. I just have to watch the laughter at the funny parts.

    I can all but guarantee I won’t be reading tonight. Digging out from the snow is tiring work. 30 inches is a lot to fall at one time and is a record for my area.

    Keep up the great work. You are loved and appreciated here

  98. Thank you for all the joy that you have given me over the years. I have given your books to my mother who doesn’t have a computer and she loves them as do I. I read your blog every day (or every time you write) and I always enjoy it. Thanks, again.

  99. It is hard to believe the blog is 12 years old. Thanks to Ken for giving you the gift of getting started.

    Thanks to you for inviting us into your living room all these years. I`ve never noticed any dust bison (possibly because I can ignore the ones I have myself), the chairs are comfy, there is a table close by for my beverage, the kitchen smells of good food, and the knitting is pretty amazing.

    I would hope that those who enter your home would have more respect, but there`s always one who forgets to behave in an acceptable way. While we can try to educate them, sometimes it`s more helpful to just ignore them and enjoy the rest of the lovely company.

    As for No. 8, you might try this response: What a wonderful idea, I think I`ll do that.

    Thanks again for sharing your life with The Blog.

    Chris S in Canada

  100. Happy Blogiversary! It’s been a delight to follow along with you. $12 has been sent from Michigan as well. Blessings to you in the year to come.

  101. Happy Blogiversary! I have also donated $12 this morning. Thank you for keeping us entertained for twelve years. And thank you for riding that bicycle!

  102. We were without internet for two days (storm related), and I just saw your post. I’ve also donated $12 in celebration of your blogiversary. Thank you for twelve wonderful years.

  103. Your words brought me to tears (again)! So many days of smiles, chuckles, wet eyes, and inspiration–thank you! We, the members of The Blog, feel like you are our friend, even though most of us will never meet you in person. You are amazing, and we love you.

  104. I don’t comment much any more, but I read faithfully, laugh often, and am very glad for the work you do with people, even more than the great work that you do with yarn. Thanks for being wonderful.

  105. It was your post that got me to start donating to MSF… now I’m a monthly supporter and have been for some years.

    Also your writing that inspired me to try 2-handed colorwork, make socks and knit my first shawl. Thanks for 12 years of delightful and inspiring writing.

  106. Similar comments like numbers 1 to 5 are heard in the retail service all the time. In a high end dress store, a browser commented your dresses are hideous! Every day retail outlets are asked to promote other businesses, to buy SEO services & advertising in every conceivable media, other businesses try to piggy back on the store’s social media. There are frequent comments that retail staff is rude, while shoppers are just “crazy”. How about brides try on bridal gowns without wearing underwear pants! What does a retailer say without being called rude?

    • Seriously? Women come in to try on bridal gowns, and they’re not wearing any panties??

      Talk about being raised by wolves!!

  107. Happy Belated Blogiversary, Stephanie!

    I’m a rather quiet blog reader, commenting periodically, but always reading.
    Thank you for all your knitting inspiration and your wisdom to The Blog for the past 12 years. I’m late to the party, but I too donated $12 today in your honour!

  108. Touch the “woman” to post – how appropriate for the woman who’s touched us all. A bit late (we’ve been shoveling here in PA) but no less sincere wish – happy blogiversary! (Love the idea of matching donations…)
    Thank you for the inspiration (and thanks, Ken!!)

  109. You’re the best, what else can we say! (including your grey hair and laundry mountains) Happy blogiversary, here’s to the next 12 years!

  110. I am so glad I stumbled upon a book you wrote, and through it found your blog. Your posts are always a high point in my day (well, mostly, sometimes I am frustrated on your behalf, no one likes to see another knitter down, I like it when things are going well for you). Happy bloggiversary!

  111. Thank you for creating this lovely blog community and for nurturing us with humour and humanity. You continue to inspire me to be a better person and a better knitter.

  112. Bless you for establishing and holding this container of community that brings so many of us so much validation and joy. Wishing you, and all of us through your efforts, many more to come! Donation sent!

  113. Congratulations Stephanie on 12 years of your wonderful blog – a gift to all of us. Happy to join the $12 contributions today…and thankful that someone reminded me of a few posts that I can’t wait to go back and reread: Joe Stuck Truck, Fallen and Can’t Get Up. I must have missed the water balloons and bed in the afternoon posts so I’m looking forward to tracking those down as well!

  114. I am weepy after a peek at your Bike Rally page this afternoon. All those $12 (and multiples of 12) donations. You’re an important part of our lives, Yarn Harlot, and it’s truly wonderful to be able to let you know in such a tangible way. Hooray for all of us.

  115. Dear Stephanie,
    Thank you so much for all the love, wisdom and laughter you’ve shared with us through the years. I’m in constant awe of your way with words and yarn. You’ve always been wonderful and sincerely interested when I’ve met you at book signings. Thank you for being you. Don’t let the meanies get you down. Keep up the great work. I want to be you when I grow up!

  116. Stephanie,
    I wish I could knit like you. (I learned from “Knitting Rules” about 7 years ago.) And it has changed my life.
    I wish I could write like you, but I can’t so I just really enjoy the stuff that you write. But oddly enough you make me feel like my knitting is excellent, and most evenings I get to, at the very least, have a smile because of what you wrote. Thank you, on just a whole bunch of levels. Congratulations on 12 years of making people smile and making so many people feel like your friend.

  117. Congratulations and Thank You! Truly, your blog has given me great joy for these 12 years and I love it! I’ve also never noticed your armpit hair in a photo, but I’m sure it’s fabulous, as well. Knit on, my friend, and take good care of your self!

  118. Happy Blogiversary! Many thanks for all the smiles and tears over the past 12 years. $12 sent off to the Bike Rally and $12 to Knitters Without Borders. I think this is the start of a great tradition!

  119. Firstly, congrats on 12 glorious years of making us fall off our chairs laughing, occasionally of making us reach for the Kleenex, and a whole lot of providing an opportunity for us to put our wallets where our mouths (and brains, and hearts) are.
    Second, you, your blog, and your books have been an enormous influence in my life, such that I am on the brink, after a long bleak frightening period in my life, of being in the position to use my knitting and spinning skills, to Make a Living From Yarn-related Pursuits! You and Elizabeth Zimmermann – right up there as my Knitting Idols. Love you. Blessings to you and yours and may you live long and prosper.

    • Go you! I think you can be pretty sure that the whole Blog is wishing you all the best.
      Chris S in Canada

      (ha ha – touch the truck – I loved that story)

  120. I read your blog a lot, but have rarely commented. Congratulations! Your blog, books and knitting are inspirations to a lot of people. Thank you!

  121. Thanks for sticking it out for 12 years to change so many lives for the better. Congratulations on all your success. I’ve been reading your blog for a long time but had no idea it was over a decade. I’M SO PROUD OF YOU.

    3 months ago I signed up for monthly donations to Doctors Without Borders. Because of you. Thank you for that. Now they are sending me a free tee shirt. I’ll think of you and all the knitters of North America when I wear it.

    Time to celebrate, but you might want to wait until after the modern meds are all used up and you feel healthy again. Happy Anniversary!

    PS I was egregiously entertained at the email you provided in your 23Jan16 post. People are really somethin’ and I’m glad you have the personality that allows you to blow them off instead of getting hurt feelings. You are my hero.
    Lynn H

  122. Thank YOU for the many years of wonderful posts. Especially in the age of Instagram it is nice to have a real blog chat to read. I do donate, but will wait till the ride is closer. Sometimes I donate to Pato or Ken if it looks like their fundraising is going a little slower…

  123. Happy blogaversary, Stephanie! Thank YOU so much. I really can’t improve upon all the above comments, I agree with every one of them. I’ve read all your books, and look forward every day to your posts. I thank you for introducing me to this community of very special people. I feel honored to be a part of it . Most of all, I appreciate your sincerity, humanity, humility and of course, humor! And also, wisdom. I’ve learned so much from you, not only about knitting. I wish you good health, and many more years of your great works!

  124. I hope that you know how much both your humor & your innate humanity/humility mean to us. You’ve shared so much of yourself with us that thousands(?hundreds of thousands) of us think of you as our friend, even though we all live in very disparate areas of this incredible “knitting world” of ours. You have such a warm and wonderful way of saying the things we cannot begin to express – you know us. Thank you.

  125. I love your blog posts, and your books. I don’t remember when I discovered your blog, but I know I ordered your books from Amazon as a result, and loved them too. I check every day for a new post, a new post is always a good day. And I’m in New Zealand, so I love that your weather is always the opposite – it reminds me in the middle of summer that I will want to wear wool again. And with your Christmas posts – all cosy and indoors- is such a contrast to us having an outdoors BBQ in the breeze. I’ve also learnt a lot about Canada since your blog as well, you are a wonderful ambassador for your country. And to the negative emails, how rude! Is it possible to set up a filter so you don’t see them.

  126. I’ve been part of The Blog since I learned to knit sometime in 2002. You’ve encouraged me, challenged me, made me weep, made me laugh, and made me buy all your books (I’m one of those folks who brought copies of everything to one of your earlier book tours – along with my first pair of socks-in-progress – and you were gracious enough to sign them all.)
    I’ve treasured every moment of it, and you. Some day, in my ingafination, you and I and Amanda Peabody will explore a pyramid together! Blessings on every single one of your camels.

  127. Wow and the magic continues. My only complaint is that you do not write as often as you used to. You see when I am having a bad day or need a delightful distraction, your blog is the first place I go. Thanks for hanging with us and sharing the ups and downs. Thanks to you I now realize all knitters make mistakes.

  128. I am endlessly impressed that you never allowed this blog to lose its soul to advertising. I know how much pressure you must have had to do ads and giveaways and sponsored posts and product reviews. Being able to turn all that down takes a strong and determined person. All that plus using it as a force for good in the world? Pretty amazing work these past 12 years.

  129. I have been reading your blog for about 8 years, and went back and read the 4 years before that. When I was a police dispatcher I would think about the things you said..about knitting and I would always have knitting at my desk. If it was quiet I would knit..if I got a traumatic call, and there were many, I could see my sock in progress and maybe touch it and it would keep me focused. Your blog, and as a result,my knitting have changed my life for the better. When we travel I read your books out loud to my husband and like many have said..the water balloons and the stuck truck never cease to make me dissolve into a puddle on the seat. I am retired now, but you helped me get through the last couple of years at work and now when I read I consider how lucky I was to stumble on your blog way back then..and then to meet you a few years back in North Bay was an occasion I won’t forget. I learned a lot both at the lecture and at the class. I will never knit as fast as you, but I have fun every single day. Thank you Stephanie for being a guiding light.

  130. Hi Stephanie,

    Happy blogaversary! I thoroughly enjoy your writing. My copy of “Knitting Rules” is broken open at the page with the instructions for turning a heel, because i read it so often. Thanks for all you do!

    Best wishes to you and all those you love,
    an admiring reader

  131. Stephanie, I just want you to know, not only am I aware you have written books, I have bought them ALL, most of them RETAIL at my local bookstore and/or LYS, and bought extra copies to give to friends as presents. I have read most of them several times. Your books are too great to miss!

    I also have copied blog entries that I love most (like “Culling the Herd” and “I Always Knew the Cat was In On It”) and saved them on my hard drive so when I’m having a really bad day at work, I can go re-read them and have the strength to go on.

  132. Dear Stephanie,

    You have caused me to be a better knitter, a better teacher and a better person via your blog. I start most mornings looking for a post on your blog. Thank you for sharing your life and thoughts. I look forward to reading, as long as you keep writing, The Blog.
    Best Wishes Always.

  133. Thank YOU, Stephanie – this is a wonderful online community. I have always kept in mind your suggestion that one should never type online anything one wouldn’t say at a cocktail party in that person’s living room. I call it the living-room parameter, and it has been very useful.

  134. Congratulations on your 12 year blog birthday! I can’t believe people write comments like #5 seriously armpit hair (helloooo humans have armpit hair) and grey hair…I decided to let me greys take over…now I have Krystal Carrington hair and I love it! That person needs to unclench!

  135. I am so very happy to see your daily post. As for #5… I’d screen shot a picture of my armpit just for her. *eyerolls* I love your enthusiasm that you share through your writing. I find myself laughing, crying, and experience immense joy while reading about your knitting adventures. Warm wishes and cheers to the many years to come.

  136. I’m not even a knitter, but I’ve loved your blog for years. You make such beautiful things! Add me to the list of those who are sending $12 to Doctors without Borders. (And the best post of all time is the cat helping you to be alone in the tub. That one makes me laugh just thinking about it.)

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