Good evening knitting lovers. Are you not a knitting lover? Hopefully I can change your mind. I started knitting because I made a friend who was an avid knitter. My mother is a self-taught knitter, so during my first Christmas break I asked my mom… Read More
Yarn: Valley Yarns, Valley Superwash, Steel Gray & Classic Navy Pattern: Made using images found on Google Images with StitchFiddle Progress: 50% of lightning bolt number one Quick Notes: Double knitting, scarf, men’s scarf, Harry Potter themed, next time use thinner yarn First, this has… Read More
WIP: Learning our love languages to better serve one another Since I’m on my honeymoon this week, I thought it would be fun to investigate our love languages! I actually do not know my love language(s) so this is a completely new experience for me.… Read More
One of the most frequent tips you will see if you search the web for “how to bullet journal” or something similar is that you should evaluate, and re-evaluate, and adjust. I must admit, although I’ve been bullet journaling for over a year (May 2017, according to my first journal), I haven’t been great at the adjusting part. I evaluate often, but honestly, I just search the internet for cool fun ideas and use them. Well, I think I have finally learned to learn what works for me. July is the first month in the past year-ish that I logged in my bullet journal almost every single day, on every single tracker.
I honestly cannot remember the last time I posted anything about my knitting, let alone a WIP Wednesday. Today I am featuring both of my WIPs: – A vest for a special March baby (Pattern available: Keene Toddler Vest) – A Ravenclaw-inspired scarf for a… Read More
Happy WIP Wednesday! Today I am going to talk all about making your own patterns and how to balance the frustration with satisfaction. Inspiration Inspiration must come from somewhere. Where you find your inspiration may be different from where I find my inspiration. One way… Read More