The problem with updating infrequently is that it's difficult to know what crafty goodness to talk about. All sorts of things get worked on, some get finished and a few rare treasures actually get photographed. It all becomes a long list of things to be shared.
Yep, first world problems.Still.
Right now I am filled with enthusiasm for organization. This is much better than last week when I was filled with enthusiasm for fatigue and frustration.
Allow me to share this results of this eagerness.
All going to the local Goodwill.
Some of those items are from 1995.
I have issues.
As we're in that room, and no doubt you are wondering why there are purple foam puzzle pieces on the floor, and you can see the hint of a green sleeve, I might as well show you the rest of the green.
I succumbed to the Tin Can Knits pattern, Antler.
It's for my nephew. It's still wet and blocking and in need of buttons but it was a pleasant 10 days of knitting. I used some stash Cascade 220 and it took about 2 and a half skeins for a longer version of the 4 to 6 year old size.
I love cables.
Now I'm off to fill up some bags with donated clothing and then I'm going to watch my team and have a beer. Sundays. They're wonderful.