Sometimes, my mind drifts to random yarns in my stash. Yarns that don’t have specific projects assigned to them yet for various reasons. sometimes you get a brainwave for a project, and sometimes you start obsessively thinking about them until they DO have purpose. This time, it was the Stitch and Story Cotton Braid yarn.… Continue reading [WIP] Cotton Braid Bralette
[WIP] A New Leaf
I’m just a little excited to show everyone the projects I’m working on at the moment. Rather than waiting for WIP Wednesday to roll around, I’d like to wish everyone a happy WIPkend as well! This is the New Leaf Beanie by IsleStitch, written for bulky yarns (from light bulky to super bulky). I’m making… Continue reading [WIP] A New Leaf
Handmade Winter Knits
After a long while, I have found my knitted accessories to be of some use. On top of that, I am knitting again! I have yarn that I want to use up! YAY. For the first time in years, we had a wave of heavy snow. Now, just in case you live in Canada or… Continue reading Handmade Winter Knits
Reflection: Mock My Week.
(Featuring sheet masks and insta-crafting.) Mock exams are a roller-coaster of emotions. Psychology was fine other than that I didn't write enough, and didn't know my arguments well enough to write more. I know full well I am capable of at least two sides of writing for topics I definitely get, but for now I'm… Continue reading Reflection: Mock My Week.
Life and TV Knitting Update
Recently I have been reflecting on the blog and the writing style I use for it. It does sound like me, yes... a formal, too many thoughts me. I'm wondering whether I should attempt to adapt it or not. Big question. Another thing. I still need to finish the blog logo. Just assume it will… Continue reading Life and TV Knitting Update
Must Knit to Quell the Urge to Eat during GBBO…
Okay, so when I started writing 'weekly thoughts' it was because the things that happened in my life were far too momentous to put into their own posts. Then all of my personal writing became the weekly thoughts so now I'm trying to switch it back a bit. I guess I am still finding my feet with… Continue reading Must Knit to Quell the Urge to Eat during GBBO…
Cross-Stitching (for the lack of a better post title)
As previously mentioned here, I took out my cross stitching the day exams finished. Last year, during the family holiday to Vietnam, Twerp and I admired the displayed cross stitching on the wall in the living room. It was of an intricate yellow bloom, was stitched by my aunt, and apparently took her a year… Continue reading Cross-Stitching (for the lack of a better post title)
SUMMER HAS ARRIVED.
As of 12:30 yesterday, the summer has started and so has the perpetual boredom, and the bubbling hype leading up to AS results day... I'm not one to laze around doing nothing (!) so I have my own goals set for this summer. This includes a reading list, picking up that new language again, as well… Continue reading SUMMER HAS ARRIVED.
Knitterly Updates #2: Current Project
I did a lot of swatching and Rav surfing during my revision breaks. Despite lots of theoretical calculating and mental swatching with my stash, I settled on a simple, free pattern from Purl Soho again. This is the Purse Stitch Scarf inspired by the Open Air Wrap from Purl Soho. I'm knitting it based on a… Continue reading Knitterly Updates #2: Current Project
Knitterly Updates #1: Finished Facecloth
Due to exams I haven't knitted as much as I would have, just picking up yarn and petting it and swatching with it occasionally. I had a small face cloth project to keep me going, though - Facecloths are my new favourite portable knitting project! I didn't think it was possible, but I think I… Continue reading Knitterly Updates #1: Finished Facecloth