I used to wonder why properly finishing my knitting or crochet project is so much harder than starting a new one. Well, I wonder no more! I blame it on the AFYP Syndrome! What, you never heard of it?! For my readers who have no idea what this acronym stands for (and this means for all
I have been away from my blog for way too long and it is always hard to start blogging again afterwards. For the last two weeks I kept promising myself that today I will certainly find the time to sit down at the computer and write. And every day something happened to derail my plans.
My knitting tells me that I am getting into a new stage of my year. Or my life. Not sure about what is happening but I am finally craving to knit things other than baby wardrobe. Probably partly because I am still not sure what I can knit for my almost two months old son that would be
I interrupted my Shabbos preparations for a moment to show off the finished Baby Rainbow Hat! I used my “Baby Beloved” pattern to knit it. The yarn is Felici by Knit Picks. And a few of my finished beaded Kumihimo necklaces Lavender Joy, I used Miuky Magatama beads. Tropic
I am not sure how it happened, but all of a sudden Startitis has hit and there is a whole lot of projects going at the same time. Having decided that the thing to do is to blame this profusion of projects on the Spring Fever I am trying to prioritize my knitting. All of the current pr
“Knit and nurse” pretty much describes my major activities at this point. I nurse, I knit, I turn around, and it is now a week later than it was the last time I looked. Thankfully, since I my friend gave me her nursing pillow I can now more or less combine these activities