So I haven’t posted here in so long, I almost forget how. I have been taking a little unannounced break from blogging lately. I am in kind of a creative/knitting ‘funk’ these days, and even though I have cooked up some yummy dishes lately that are definitely post-worthy, I’ve been having a bit of a dry spell with blogging and such. I will start posting again soon, but for now it’s nice to have a little break.
One more little thing to announce and share, there is a fun give-away happening today over on my absolute favorite knitting blog, Tanis Fiber Arts. Tanis has an amazing blog and her very own line of quality, hand-dyed yarns in the most gorgeous colours. Her knits and blog posts are always impressive and inspiring too. So if you are a knitter and love to get your hands on all the beautiful yarn you can, check out her Giveaway today!
Hope you’re having a great week!
Just wanted to pop in real quick since I’ve been MIA for the last couple of weeks. I’ve had the most horrible chest cold/bronchitis this last week that has been a really hard one to kick. I have been doing a little cooking, and have made several wonderful things that I would love to post so hopefully I’ll get one of them up soon. It’s just been feeling like a lot of work to blog, and I haven’t had the energy to do much of anything.
My February WIP is coming along slowly but surely. Yes it’s March and it’s not done yet. But I think there’s a good chance it would have been finished by now if I wouldn’t have been totally wiped off my feet with the cold this entire last week, does that count for anything? I feel like I’m turning in my homework late or something. 😉 I do need to finish this project asap though, so I can start my knit for March!
I’ve been making the Stockholm Scarf, pattern by Julie Crawford at Knitted Bliss. I just love this scarf, it’s an infinity scarf/big lacy cowl and it’s going to be so cushy and luscious I can’t wait to wear it. I’m knitting it in Malabrigo Rios, which is a kettle-dyed, worsted weight, superwash merino wool and it is just gorgeous. My color of choice is Teal Feather, and it has a touch more of a teal/green-ish tint to it in real life than how it’s shown in the picture. I’ve really, really been loving so many shades of blues and greens lately, particularly teals, turquoise, and emerald. So the rich color of the scarf makes this project very enjoyable, although the repetitive stitch pattern is getting tedious by now and is going very sloooowly.
Oh, and yes that is a little peak at the finished Will-built coffee table that I showed you a while ago. The DIY coffee table, sofa console, and two side tables have been finished and in the house for quite a while now so I’ll hurry and get pictures up soon! They turned out great and are very well put to use. =)