That soup looks perfect and I will be making it tomorrow night… so thank you! He died six years ago from complications of Agent Orange exposure. I have the perfect white alpaca waiting. Someone’s invented umbrellas! The Fernfrost is beautiful. Horrible! For enabling the yarns purchases. I serve it with warm bread and pretend it isn’t raining pouring. And am rejoicing because it doesn’t have to be seamed up when the knitting is done. I’ve been dreaming of this one for a while – I ordered the yarn ahead so that I’d have it, and I’m so smitten. Sorry but I asked for rain rather than snow. I have not knit multiples of anything lately, but I did finish off three or four pairs of fingerless mittens needing nothing except thumb holes and ends woven in (from last Christmas). It is raining here in the capital area of Michigan with predictions of this changing to snow and having 5-8 inches of heavy wet stuff by morning. Hi, I hate to ruin your non hat buzz but over the years I have made a few of your Lorne hat and my kid was in Montreal this past week and called to praise me for his and that of his friend. That looks delicious! My “like a Dad to me” passed away on Christmas day. More than 600 knitters packed into an auditorium at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul to listen to words of wisdom from Stephanie Pearl-McPhee, the woman who calls herself the Yarn Harlot. You have my sympathy. Stay Dry . Not for anyone else. 5 out of 5 stars (4,879) 4,879 reviews $ 3.95. In Kansas. Yarn Harlot: The Secret Life of a Knitter moves beyond instructions and patterns into the purest elements of knitting: obsession, frustration, reflection, and fun. Is there no company who can make a coat for women to attack this problem? Soup does sound good on this cold rainy day! And one cowl. I swear you are a marvel–successful writer, knitter extraordinaire, and cook too! To bad you couldn’t skip your errands and stay home to block it. No, three plus seven does not make eleven. I love finding new (vegetarian) soup recipes because when Fall comes, I get the urge to make soup. Rain, I am thinking, as I stand wherever I am,  is miserable. Or 3…. Eek! That seems like the perfect recipe for a cold, wet day. Stephanie Anne Pearl-McPhee (a.k.a. Everything else takes forever. That darn Yarn Harlot…she has turned many of us into knitting harlots with her enabling photos! All Wound Up: The Yarn Harlot Writes for a Spin Free-Range Knitter: The Yarn Harlot Writes Again Things I Learned From Knitting Whether I Wanted To or Not Stephanie Pearl-McPhee Casts Off The Yarn Harlot's Guide to the Land of Knitting Knitting Rules! And Bonfire is gorgeous! 2-3 carrots,  sliced in half lengthwise, then chopped pretty fine. Looking forward to seeing your finished article. Emergency Soup just went on the menu for next week. Doing one thing over and over can get boring, but those stash hats saved my Christmas! Just about to go out in a similar rain to get my kids from school–and maybe stop for some leeks and chickpeas to try that fabulous soup. I have some chick peas that need using… I see what you did there, Ishmael. i wish there were soup. That’s what I’m doing despite being given hand knit gloves by my mom at Thanksgiving. It has never worked. See more ideas about Yarn, Yarn organization, Crafts. (Perhaps in more temperate climes, november rain is a gentle mist and cooling relief from the heat of the sun…sigh). I so want to try this hat, I have the bright orange Superwash wool. Neither works very well. Your fernfrost also looks very snuggly. Thank you for the recipe. perfect day at home. I’m going to pretend it’s because we share a birthday. Snow is in the forecast for today in Montana – today is the weekly Soup and Knit Day with knitting friends – a big pot of your Emergency Soup is going on my stove and bread is in the oven. Thanks for a great post and a great easy recipe! Pretty out of character and pretty great!!! Both projects are beautiful! http://www.liis.lv/majtur/darbmac/raksti.htm. I have resolved to only knit from the stash this year. Ah, soup, soup, beautiful soup! 4 cups vegetable stock (If I don’t have any, I cheat and use water and 2 veggie bouillon cubes.) Thanks for sharing this recipe! I made it last night & it’s SO yummy! That kind of rain chills you to the bone and it takes forever to get warm. And bonus, we’re expecting snow later today. I just made this soup for our supper, thanks for the inspiration! And for the generosity and kindness and sharing that makes your writing such a treat. I might change up ingredients depending on what’s in the fridge/cupboard, add a little ginger or curry. It doesn’t look nearly so bad out in Boston, but it is still calling me to hide in a big cushy chair with a book, knitting and old fashioned hot chocolate (made on the stove, not the instant from a can). It sure beats pouring into a blender or food processor to blend. Thanks for sharing the recipe; can’t wait to try it! Noooo, that’s what I’d do, that’s not the Harlot’s game. Love Bonfire. Yay for hats! But I will say enough is enough. Well, never say never…. Isn’t soup just the perfect winter comfort food? I knit 15 pairs of double soled granny slippers! . This is dinner tonight. . Is that Canadian for Open House? I don't know who the poor, pitiable soul who felt compelled to spew such drivel about Stephanie and what she writes, is, nor do I care. Add the stock and parsley (if you’re using it) and bring the soup to a simmer. at least the bell has rung and all are headed homeward. Don’t say that Steph! I know exactly how you feel. Stephanie, It’s not often that I use the yarn a pattern calls for – I’ve got a big stash and I like to use it, but this yarn is so perfect for this pattern that I couldn’t imagine anything else. You’re fnishing Joe’s gansey then, while watching Canada’s Olympians, right, Stephanie? Thanks for the sensible soup recipe. There are at least two more hats planned for him, plus a coordinting hat apiece for his brothers. They are great patterns. Wish I had some of that soup right now. Your timing is perfect. It is and has been raining here for at least the last 4 days, or it feels like it has been raining that long, and it is cold. And the car project, a scrap afghan. A freezing cold errand running rain filled day is what I am having, too. 9:27 AM I am pretending that instead of (insert miserable damp cold errand here)  I am at home, blocking my finished Fernfrost. Enjoy! Inspiration for some new ones? I read this post about ten minutes before I had to think of what I was going to make for dinner and just bought leeks and potatoes. Yarn Harlot: October 2004 74 426 1 2 of 2. time for the second coat we all had when young, to wear when the first one was soaked and there was still daylight and, well, daylight was enough when I was young. Wearing my own cashmere fernfrost makes the cold, blustery weather more bearable. Never knitting another hat until you do LOL! I’ll make it this week, maybe when the snow comes tomorrow. Hate this kind of weather with a passion. It’s too hot to work on the Fair Isle sweater that I need to finish for my trip to the States in January. Nothing like a wet mitt holding a windblown umbrella to make you fell forlorn. At least I have knitted socks to go home to! Steph, should we start an UMBRELLA FUND for you??? But true! Even though it’s sunny here in southern Wisconsin it’s cold and the wind is whipping around I am typing this with a mug of hot chocolate at my ready. Definitely not knitting weather. Over 50 million people in America knit. ), sorry your day was cold and rainy! Inside All Wound Up, New York Times best-selling author and self-proclaimed Yarn Harlot Stephanie Pearl-McPhee spins her third yarn on knitting for the 60 million knitters in North America who collectively spend $45 … Emergency soup. Bliss. Swap? And make mitts. There’s this thing called an umbrella that you might like to try. January 2010 Suggested yarn St-Denis Nordique. Thank you for the soup recipe! 1 Tablespoon butter1 Tablespoon olive oil2-3 leeks (the white parts only, sliced very thin) 2-3 potatoes, scrubbed, quartered and sliced thin. Yarn Harlot: October 2009 2727 15461 Rogue Roses: Feet / Legs → Socks → Mid-calf. Anyway, after all that I was looking forward to finishing socks for the 4-yr old (finally) and a mystery shawl and maybe getting back to a sweater for myself. You will knit more hats. “I am so tired of hats that I’m feeling the occasional urge to slap them off the heads of strangers.”!! For me: this year is the year of sweaters…FOR ME! I wish I had all the ingredients now since it is miserably rainy out right now. I may have to try your soup. I love wearing the finished project. The Luxury Limousine is ideal for the wedding trip or business tour. knitted blanket by the hearth Thanks for sharing. I just finished a shawlette with Freia shawl ball Flare and it is gorgeous. It’s nice to have the Yarn part of the Harlot back. , This post makes me laugh as you visit Tina in Oregon so much! Carolyn. Your brioche project looks wonderful and I love your yarn selection! Sorry, rain is my most favorite weather. But I have to admit that I miss the cool days of autumn so much… . Gauge. Thanks for the mention. pulled me through. Cold rain is my very least favorite weather, too. Just right. I’ll take your rain and you can take my sunny, yet freezing, weather. It’s made from #6 thick & thin wool/acrylic in not-babyish shades of rose/pink/white and I LOVE IT! After work I have a couple of errands to run in the cold wetness. (I always puree, but I have an immersion blender that makes it a snap.). Brrr!! bright side? I’ve been doing this for over ten years now! Sounds perfect. Not even cold enough for a nice wool sweater. It sounds like just the thing I need right now. We will be getting the rain tomorrow. Great scarf! rating of 4.4 from 340 votes Luxury Limousine Airport Taxi are expensive as compared to other Seattle Airport Taxi Service cut they will provide you ultimate comfortable, relaxation till your destination. Are you going to sea soon? Just saying. Published. The scarf looks amazing, even unblocked. Bonfire almost makes me want to try knitting again. I think that I may avoid multiples in the future… too tedious. One of our local fiber artists posted a link to a ravelry hat that will make wonderful charity knitting. Loving the soup recipe. Both projects are off to a fine start, and neither is so big that you’ll be cursing them by the time you’re through. But who cares if you are mostly dry? Rainy fall and winter days, and days with snow storms, are the kind of days I just love to stay at home inside all day. It’s raining here too in Sydney, Australia but I LOVE the rain. It has been raining here for four days straight, and while I actually enjoy rain, the damp chill does seem to get under your skin and stay there. I live in CA and when the rain hits like that it is horrible. Digging out the yarn in just a few minutes. So, lets just hope, you knitted enough hats to keep the wolves (khmm, the cold) at bay just as long as you can finish them. It’s going to be a great day! Blech. I am having one of those weeks. It’s raining here too, but it’s a balmy 60 F. I like rain, but it’s late November and this is warm, too warm. Don’t hate me because I’m beautiful. I recently knit it using Malabrigo. It splashes on the side, so your jeans are wet. Knit on! BTW, I’m doing something I think is really Yarn Harlot-y — I’m knitting a shawl to wear to my client’s holiday lunch in 9 days. And I do have some cakes already in stash which would be perfect so I’m saving money …. Stick a minus sign in front of those numbers and you will have MY weater, lol. Unlike some, I don’t like snow either. This looks so perfect. Are you at least wearing Gwendolyn to ward off the damp and cold? http://creativewhimsy.wordpress.com/patterns/newfoundland-mitts/ They are really warm and open to many different possibilities for colours/yarn. Gorgeous scarf; gorgeous soup. This soup just exactly used up the very last ingredients my roommates and I have on hand. I think those Wild Wolves mitts need a matching hat. Fernfrost is beautiful. Thanks for the soup. Perfect day for making soup and I have all those ingredients! We need that recipe 365 days a year. Good thing I won’t be seeing him to exchange gifts for another week yet. I tried your soup recipe last night and LOVED it! OMG! I’m sure the people wearing them are! Hope you like it. It is precisely what this difficult day needed. Thanks for the recipe. I live in Texas…….we don’t need them here, but I’ve been told they do work well for keeping you dry. I just love that cozy kind of day, and I get quite a bit of my Christmas knitting done that way too. (I don’t remember a day when it didn’t rain. can. I went to look at her other patterns as well. I feel that way about cowls! While I’m not a fan of this cold winter-ish rain, I’m just thankful that we don’t have to shovel it. Babies need warm heads. Our plucky heroine hopes so. I move like a heifer trying to get out of a vat of vaseline. The soup looks great and hopefully you will soon be home blocking and being warm and dry. You could make a pair of these in no time @ all. Sorry my rant. Never knitting another hat until you hear the forecast for tonight, though with eight hats, you may have those you love covered. Though I had other things planned for dinner tonight I have decided to make soup as well (lentil, mmm) because it is just as miserable here (central Ohio) as you described and I think my family deserves a warm bowl of soup tonight. Where you have a wardrobe of knits, we have a wardrobe of umbrellas. I like hats but I always get bored of knitting the main head bit at least an inch before I should start to decrease. (Rinsed)Parsley if you have it. My “done with” pattern is Monster Pants. 52 Weeks of Socks is a unique look into modern, international sock knitting. On that list: intarsia, double-knitting. My heart goes out to you. Cold Winter Rain is why we moved to Arizona from Seattle. Winter rain is no fun, but right now I wish for some to clean our windows that got really grimy from the dry storm we had a few days ago…, The lace looks beautiful. If you use an umbrella, either you hold the handle between your ear and shoulder like a phone, or you try to push with one hand. Dang it somes work gets in the way of knitting fun! I had beautiful soup for lunch, too, though mine was corn chowder and not vegetarian, as it included bacon. Thank you! I can deal with rain, but I hate the cold and wet, where defying logic, it still isnt snowing, despite all indications of the possibility with my breath showing and the biting wind. Best wishes. The immersion blender changed my life. This post reminds me of too many mornings on bus duty, and then doing recess duty later in the morning. When it rains I wear a skirt because I cannot stand to sit/stand/walk/be in wet/damp pants. It’s also raining here and somehow that makes it damp and cold indoors as well. With that, Good Luck and I hope it stops raining now. I’m going to email this recipe to my two vegetarian cousins and some non-vegetarian people too. yea, it was raining all day here too – much rather have snow! :o). Go back to your desk and try it again. Here in Vancouver in the winter you don’t leave home without one…although today so far it’s been dry. That makes three of us with the same thought! It makes such quick work of it and it’s so easy to clean. Fernfrost is shown unblocked, here in my cozy house, where rain is not falling. blechhhh! It’s rained for two days here; last night my DH made us some turkey soup from the Thanksgiving leftovers. So with all that going on, I do hate the cold, perhaps mostly for the knitting part. You will stay warmer and way drier. Hubby and I just had to argue over eating the leftover bit now or letting him save it for his lunch tomorrow. I also LOATHE cold winter rain. Thank you for sharing this recipe! His poor little bald head and frost bitten ears…. Plus, I have a miserable head cold which I must have caught while on the train from Toronto last week (thank you to the passenger who coughed on me the whole way).I’m thinking creamy lentil soup (olive oil, onions, red lentils, water, salt and pepper). Thanks again for recipe, will be trying it tomorrow X. Online Weaving Yarn Discounts* Purchase 10 yarn items (balls, skeins, or cones) and receive 5% off each. And then I realized that I only had 2 knit hats myself (and one of those was a gift). Thanks for the inspiration, I made my soup with red lentils since to canned beans were to be found in the pantry. It is supposed to be 15 C with up to 25 mm rain. YUM! That fernfrost looks great already – and you know that blocking magic will only enhance it exponentially. Thank you for sharing the soup recipe, as it happens I already have cut up leeks in the fridge so soup it’ll be for dinner. My neighbor brought me a plate of Christmas cookies, so I gave her a hat. So very tired. Now it has started to snow. I, on the other hand, am knitting a hat – the 1898 hat. Your soup was the perfect thing for a sick friend staying over tonight. If you dressed for cold it rained.If you dressed for rain it was cold and you were miserable. Your scarf is beautiful and bright. Uh-huh, that is until Elliot’s ears are cold and then Grandma to the rescue. The Yarn Harlot's Bag of Knitting Tricks Yarn Harlot: The Secret Life of a Knitter by St-Denis. Plus you don’t have to worry about the top of the blender flying off and spraying hot soup everywhere. P.S. Put the olive oil, butter and leeks into a heavy bottomed pot, stir until the butter melts, put the flame on medium low, and put a lid on it. We are dipping down to the 40s for highs. Thanks for the soup recipe. Yarn Harlot tells all those stories with humor, insight, and sympathy for the obsessed. Somewhere, standing in the rain, feeling it soak through the pockets of my coat and through my wool hat, I am thinking about this soup, which I knocked together in 30 of the 40 minutes I was home, and then ate as fortification against the rain. It’s pouring here too in Ottawa, and it’s a wee bit colder than Toromto, because…it’s Ottawa, and it’s dark, and humid and the windows in the bus shelters and the buses and the cars are all foggy, and my winter coat is soaked …..grrrr…..and I had to be in this mess to go to a doctor’s appointment because I have an awful cold that I can’t shake off…. No amount of layering of knits will help. Blue Moon Fiber Arts: March 2009 363 651 Roll Brim Hat: Hat → Beanie, Toque. Just in case you’re wondering, and in case it’s raining where you are, and because someone will ask, and because this soup is so good, and hearty, and fast, and cheap and good for you…and vegetarian (and vegan if you use all olive oil and leave out the butter) in short, everything you would want in a soup…. I love to knit or spin while watching movies, and either make soup, bake something, or have something cooking all day in the crock pot. I am still knitting on the BSJ. I know exactly how you feel. I discovered them just recently and have since purchased almost all of them. I want to know if this is still your status when someone a few weeks later asks you to knit them a hat. I also enjoy reading your blog, Carol. thanks for the yummy soup recipe though. My brother also called to praise me. hmm The opposite – I love making hats! Next going to do the bunnies and red fox. Ask me how I know. All this to say, thank you. I’ve copied the soup. I’m with you. In fact, at work today, i learned a new word.. Bumbershoot.. it’s an old fashioned word for umbrella. Unless we get an inch or snow and then we can just give up and stay indoors. Knit 9 pair this xmas. the AC running in the car during the day. Then I started on a matching hat, fusing two separate patterns to get the pattern I wanted. One that covers the bum and keeps us warm and dry and not overheated. Yum Steph. I knit a bunch of hats and should do one more but… Best soup cookbook — Saved By Soup, by Judith Barrett! So nice to hear someone else feels as I do about the rain. This month puts us one third of the way through our 40th Anniversary year, it is flying past! Something different… Matching? Always looking for good, easy & hearty ones. I hate when the rain hits the back of my neck then trickles sloooowly down my back. I subbed shallots for the leeks (since I didn’t have any), and added one stalk of celery minced, about a cup of cream, sea salt, freshly ground pepper, and a dash of cinnamon. The big one for walking the dog, the middle one that you use for commuting, the tiny one that lives in your bag all the time. Looks delicious. Sorry it’s raining on you as it has been on us. Fernfrost looks gorgeous and the soup looks to die/dye for LOL – couldn’t resist that – sorry – anyway, I will definitely try that soup. It sounds like what my mom would call a “rib-sticker”. Apt, since this blog is always a bright spot in my day.). The book that Bonfire is in, and the appropriate yarn, was purchased. But I made butternut squash soup, does that count? Me too, about the rain… Thank you for sharing your soup recipe, it looks delicious and comforting. I’m still stuck in hat purgatory. I made your emergency soup–carnivore style, which means it was adulterated with chicken stock and left over chicken–tasty. Now I want to knit her hat. It’s Gortex and tarps for us. Made me laugh out loud! My brother also called to praise me. Rain? i too had a brief noontime stop over. you couldn’t be more right in stating there isn’t much, weatherwise, that is more disheartening than november rain, at least in southern ontaro. Thankfully, its not snowing yet here as that would be the end of my motivation to keep up with either school or work. Your recipe sounds nearly as good. Love that bonfire pattern, I might be in the mood for some two colour brioche as well! Knitting socks and a shawl (which, yes, I had lined up, ready to go) and feeling fine…. Hats are my usual go-to reward knit. Sorry that you had to go out in all that crap. . Yarn Harbor. Thanks for the recipe! (-: Try living in Ireland. Brioche is my new obsession. I feel your pain. Being a North Country girl, I know from experience that there’s nothing worse than rain when the temperature is really low, but it’s just a wee bit too warm for snow. Thanks for sharing your recipe. Somewhere, as you read this, I’m pretending that the 40 minutes that I was home at noontime, in between things to do, is what my whole day was like. I’m feeling that way about socks right now. I probably only do one a week (I’m not very fast and I don’t have a lot of knitting time…sadly), but I figure any help for the homeless is better than none. I think I’ll try your soup but with yellow split peas, mmmmm. It’s been raining here since Saturday at 11pm. I LOVE the patterns you are working on, and have bookmarked them for my projects. At the 10 minute mark, add the potatoes and carrots, and maybe turn the heat up a little. What does it mean to “host a levee”? Love the brioche. Having trudged back and forth in the windy chilly rain to the dentist this morning, that soup is just perfection. Ok, four, but it was gonna be three. Yay! You do know how to reward yourself! I think your resolve never to knit another hat will crumble though–just as soon as Elliott outgrows his lumberjack hat. (Why one heck? Since I knit for a “Hat for Sailors” group on Ravelry… I hoping you were able to hunker down and get warm. must make sure to have leeks and chickpeas on hand… onions probably would not be as good? Has anyone asked you the stupid question, “well, what about when you’re showering?” Dummies. I love soup and chickpeas and this one looks delicious. One of the best purchases I ever made … cookbook AND blender. The TV stations go on “Storm Alert.” People freak out. lol You know, I knit a slew of hats for Xmas too. It was cold (by my north Florida standards) & rainy & I was totally under-dressed for it. Though I used a combo of veggie and turkey stock so it isn’t vegetarian, it is really good. I hope this helps cheer you up! I hope you are warm and cozy now. So very cold outside and I did these in Icelandic yarn. Now I live in California and I have to laugh at how the locals get all excited about a little rain. Thanks for the recipe! $ 52.00. *smile*. Sending you warm snuggly dry wooly thoughts. It finally stopped raining late last night. and kale, I meant to say I threw in kale too. Thank you. And here I sit in Cameroon (Central Africa), wishing that it would rain and cool things off. A baby outfit for my new granddaughter is on th needles. The shawl is lovely. And I happen to have all of these ingredients…I know what i am making tonight! Since I live in Vancouver – and moved here voluntarily from Montreal because I hated the snow – I’m not in a good position to complain about the rain. I can’t believe you managed to bust out that soup in just a half hour! You describe the feeling so well! (Can’t you tell that I’ve done that before LOL!). I did eight hats in December. It is cold (somehow the cold rain knows the weakest part of my body) rain going down my back and I can’t get away from it. I’m glad I don’t have to slog around in the cold and the rain, but the soup is definitely going on the recipe list for next week, since the weather here is a little on the chilly side. Thanks YH, have totally pinched this. So perfect! The scarf looks pretty great, too! I shall try it soon. (Two of those are New York Times best sellers, which both Stephanie and her mum are really proud of.) Odd. Bonfire. All I knit for 3 months were navy sweaters. Brioche is on my list of techniques I’d like to learn – and that pattern is luscious. I enjoy the blog. I ate it with a baking powder biscuit. This whole winter thing is a bust. Spent the morning making my own vegetable stock, then threw the soup together for dinner, which I just enjoyed with some bread. Thanks for sharing the recipe! Hi, I hate to ruin your non hat buzz but over the years I have made a few of your Lorne hat and my kid was in Montreal this past week and called to praise me for his and that of his friend. I am 1/4 of a mitten and 2 seams away from a similar reward opportunity! My gift knitting was two adult male navy sweaters. I love the Wolves. I have two hats to finish. Yarn Harlot tells all those stories with humor, insight, and sympathy for the obsessed. I totally understand tiring of making the same thing multiple times, but I imagine you’ll knit another hat or two as time goes on. I know, I know it must be the longest time in history someone has taken to knit one. for the top and I was enamored. It is not raining here, but instead, warm, sunny, and making me downright miserable. I’m not fond of leeks though, but I’m willing to look it over so I can boast I made a recipe from the Harlot. I’m adding it to my collection right now! Your timing couldn’t be more perfect. The bride wore my shawl ! Mmmm…. Go wash and slice the carrots and potatoes. Argh. They look dorky. Enjoy your reward knitting! 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