Ok so I’m a little behind to say the least. Not in the knitterly sense, I’m right on track with my delightful Christmas knitting, but in the Craft Room sense. I’ve had so much fun visiting friends, hosting some little parties, and generally enjoying my new home and neighbourhood, the Craft Room has fallen by the wayside.
I have waited so long for this space to call my very own and now that it’s here I find the process of organizing it rather daunting. First of all there is A LOT more stuff than I remember having. Yarn was coming out of every room of our old apartment and now that I can see it all in it’s shining glory I have to take a good hard look at my serious yarn problem (although of course it was rather inspiring at the same time so you win some you lose some). Add that to the number of half finished quilts and boy, it’s really something to behold. Of course I don’t really restrict myself to 2 types of crafting. I make cards, collages, scrapbooks, friendship bracelets, cross stitch and any number of other random crafts, each of which has it’s own array of supplies and leftovers. It’s a wonderful life to lead with so much creation in it but it’s a tough one to organize. Slowly but surely!
Onto some great finished projects I have been working on for the last couple of weeks:
I can’t wait to send these babies off to their happy recipients! For those who want to know the Stag Scarf was knit in Spud and Chloe Outs (2 skeins), the Hunter hat was knit in Madelinetosh Vintage colourway Twig (1 skein), the Habitat Hat was knit with Louet Gems Worsted (1 and a bit skeins), and the Mistake Rib Scarf was knit with Madelinetosh Vintage in Norway Spruce (2 skeins).