I find that the humble sock is a perfect project. It’s small enough to be portable, and it’s not so large as to overheat a knitter in summer. They’re suitable for chatting over a cup of tea, or an evening glass of wine.
I have this weird tendency to fixate on new hobbies. Honestly, it sometimes feels like my life is just a series of obsessions that meander through a wild wood full of experiences and knowledge.
Do you have a knitter in your life? Do you need to do some Xmas shopping? Check out the choices down below for a handy list of books for knitters!
It doesn’t feel like I did a lot this week, but I did find some reading time. I also managed to fit in a little sock knitting. Now if only I didn’t feel so exhausted!
I don’t exactly know where the phrase ‘happy sushi belly’ came from, but after Friday night, that’s exactly what I had. Welcome to the Sunday Post!
I came across a strange artifact yesterday while I was cleaning a few surfaces in my home studio/office. It’s a strange plastic jar with a hole in the hinged lid. And it’s filled with socks waiting to be darned.
I have a tendency to pick up unmarketable skills very easily. As a result, I have a lot of hobbies.
This week’s Top Ten Tuesday is a Hallowe’en Freebie! I invite you to take a look at my photos of Hallowe’en Pumpkins past.
Once upon a time, Friday was the day for the Friday Five. Or Five on Friday. Or something similarly catchy. Let’s meme on, shall we?
I just recently finished reading Hex by Thomas Olde Heuvelt. I started reading it in January of 2018, and as often happens when I put something down for a while, I forgot to finish it.