I’m down to two projects at the moment, my Ghost Knitter’s shawl, and a start on my Bone-a-Fide hat. The Ghost Knitter’s Shawl (Ravelry link) is coming along. I still have doubts about the stripe colors, but am getting more used to them, I think. Or maybe I will wind up giving it to someone.… Continue reading Wednesday WIPS
My SIL’s Christmas Elvis mittens are done! The pattern is called Elvis Presley, (Ravelry link) and is by Lotta Lundin. I used Knit Picks Palette in white and black. I used less than a skein of each to do this pair of mittens. I’m happy with how they turned out! Also, I have to thank… Continue reading Mitten Monday: Elvis!
One of the things you can do with bullet journaling is work on building habits. This can be a short term or long term effort, but it’s a pretty straightforward process. Decide what you want to change or improve, and from there come up with specific actions. Like for me, one goal is to work… Continue reading Basic Bullet Journaling: Habit Tracking
Over the weekend I got my autumn mystery box from the awesome Alissa at Chestnut Hills Studio! Along with the yarn and stitch markers (bigger pics a little later) the box also contained an interesting writeup on Halloween and harvest history and lore, two packs of pumpkin spice instant coffee (my Mom absconded with one… Continue reading Spooky Mail Time!
It’s that time of year – time for Ambah O’Brien’s Halloween KAL! This year I am doing one of her new designs, the Ghost Knitter’s Shawl. It’s one of her spooky designs, having similar skull lace as last year’s Betwixt shawl. Here is the Etsy link for the pattern, and the Ravelry link. The yarn… Continue reading It’s Spooky Time!
To me, daily note taking is kind of the core of Bullet Journaling. That’s when you are documenting what you do, writing up your task lists, checking off completed tasks or marking those that need to be carried forward. It’s what the index and the month setups and so on are there to organize. Of… Continue reading Basic Bullet Journaling: Day by Day
The yarn for these socks is Urth Yarns Uneek sock in the Tigress colorway. The yarn comes in two pre-wound balls that would result in much longer socks, I got bored of it at the point you see here. And then my Mom absconded with the rest of the yarn! I didn’t use a pattern… Continue reading FO Friday: Tigress Socks!
This license plate pretty much sums up my long weekend with friends in Wisconsin 🙂 I met up with a bunch of amazing ladies for visits to the sheep and wool festival, a trip to a yarn shop, and assorted other adventures. The festival was amazing – a much bigger event than I have been… Continue reading Wisconsin Sheep & Wool Festival
Not a lot different going on in my knitting world, but making progress on all the things. My cardigan fronts are about an inch from the armhole bindoff and lapel increases. The second Elvis mitten is started but not very far along. And my tigress socks are started and ready to come along on my… Continue reading Wednesday WIPs