There had been some discussion/mentioning on a few podcasts about calling on all the things recently. Skeindeer Knits podcast’s Eli is a big enabler in that department, and Kristin from Voolenvine has been doing it too. (All the love to Skeindeer and Voolenvine 🖤, if you don’t watch them on YouTube, you should) So let’s…… Continue reading No such thing as “too many WIPs”
Happy Saturday morning to you. Figured I’d try to get a post up while I have my coffee this morning, before I need to go get stuff done. I don’t know about you guys, but November creeped up SUPER fast this year. It probably doesn’t help that weekend has been pretty busy with stuff; mostly…… Continue reading Gift Knitting vs. Cast on all the things!!!
The past week has been VERY exciting! Sunday was Dez and my 6 year anniversary dating. We went for dinner at a very nice restaurant that makes their Alfredo sauce gluten free, (as a proper Alfredo should be anyway) and after dinner we had ice cream and watched some TV. He topped the night off…… Continue reading New and Continuing Adventures!
I’ve been mostly knitting lately (well, only knitting lately), on two projects: a 3 Color Cashmere shawl (mine isn’t cashmere), and a Nor’easter cardigan. I’ve also cast on a pair of Indigo Leaves socks, because I need to do ALL the podcast KALs apparently. All of this knitting has been monopolizing my craft time, leaving…… Continue reading Anyone seen my crochet mojo?
Have you ever wished that you had kept something that you had made and gifted away? Not because the recipient was ungrateful or lost the hat that you made them. Twice. But because that thing you made and gifted away was AWESOME, and you wanted it for yourself. When I was in college I made…… Continue reading When you wish you had kept it…
In no particular order… 1. Patterns with charts 2. Going to your first Stitch & Bitch meeting 3. Lace and/or laceweight yarn 4. Colorwork 5. Cables 5.a. Cables without a cable needle (MADNESS!) 6. Your first garment (it’ll prob be a baby sweater) 7. Your first garment for you (whip out that tape measure for…… Continue reading Irrational Fears of Knitting and Crocheting
I am writing this during breaks between undertaking a very unsavory task. One that sometimes can be satisfying, depending on the circumstances. Circumstances such as the top-down knee high socks that I attempted back in 2014, which made it as far as two attempts at the cuff before I tossed it into hibernation. I finally…… Continue reading Year of the Frog