About

Living it up in Anchorage, Alaska. Graduate student in public health (who recently became a candidate for Master). Curious about food systems, northern landscapes, wanderlust, and most importantly, yarn and what adventure we will take together next.

“When everything else has left my brain what will be left?” asks Annie Dillard in her book An American Childhood. She replies with the word “topology” and a definition- “the dreaming memory of land as it lay this way and that.” What will be left when I put down my knitting needles? Perhaps a story, a pattern, or even a woven landscape. And, if I’m bold enough, I’ll share it in this space with you.


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