Yeah, I’m still very much in a baby mood. I keep trying to think of what else I can send to England for the new niece/nephew to go along with the blanket. If I had all the time in the world, I’d spoil her/him absolutely rotten!
I know I have already posted today, but I ran across something in the blogs I follow that absolutely caught my attention. It’s a Pay It Forward, knit-style, and it’s such a great idea!
I got more knitting done this weekend than I anticipated despite running around all over the place. Little did I know that one of my seemingly innocent projects for the kitten would turn into chaos!
Finally! I finished the purse. With little Rizzle running around and rearranging things, I hadn’t had time to sew everything together in a few days. My knitting’s been pretty behind as well. Last night, though, I finally got a chance to stitch everything up during a rare nap time.
Usually when I put “Knitting Conundrum” in the title, I write about an issue I’ve come up against and suggestions on how to fix it or deal with it. This time, though, I’m stuck. This is my current knitting conundrum: Intarsia.
I finally sat down and took a look at my Christmas list for this year. I think I’ve overbooked myself! For someone who only seriously started knitting back in December 2011, I may be about to overdo it. Then again, where’s the fun without a little challenge?
This weekend has been absolutely crazy! The weather was hot (as usual around this time of year), and for some reason, we just could not stay indoors. I feel like we were running around the whole time and that I didn’t get much accomplished.
I love to knit. I don’t think that’s any secret around here. What I don’t love, though, is trying to find a good place to knit. Where is it most comfortable? Where will the cat not find me and take over my lap?
Yes, I’m making another one. I might be making one more after that as well! It would seem that my iPhone/iPod purses are popular among my family.
I’m addicted to my iPhone. I use it for everything from reading my Kindle or Nook books to playing games to checking on the weather. It’s with me wherever I go. So, it was a natural progression for me to start using my phone with my knitting projects.