Knitting and Crocheting Blog Week 4KCBWDAY1
This week, I'm partipating in the 4th annual Knitting and Crocheting Blog Week.
During the week, I'll write about a specific assigned topic along with the other participants. It's a good way to get back into the swing of blogging and to meet other knitting and crocheting bloggers.
Today's topic is to choose a house.
Here are the choices...Which one do you think suits me?
The House of Bee: Bees are busy and industrious, but can flit from one interesting project to the next as bright and shiny things capture their interest.
The House of Manatee: Manatees are gentle, calm and cuddly. Relaxed and unflashy they represent the comfort and soft side of knitting and crochet.
The House of Monkey: Intelligent and with a fun loving side, Monkeys like to be challenged with every project presenting them with something new and interesting.
The House of Peacock: Peacocks take something good and make it brilliant. Buttons, embellishments and a bit of sparkle prove that perfection lies in the details – like a Peacock's Tail.
As you probably surmised by the post title, I'm going with the Hive.
I love flitting about from project to project from knitting to crocheting and back again. 2012 wasn't beeseque, but out of the norm as I slowly regain my mojo. Window shopping for projects is one of my joys in life as I currently have 309 projects in my Ravelry queue and 340 pins on my Things I want to Knit or Crochet Pinterest board.
Here are some projects that may come into fruition...
Just Ribbing by Apple Laine. I've had the yarn and pattern for years, and I'm starting to get an itch to make a pair of socks again.
The Back to School Vest by Stefaine Japel. I'm not a vest person, but I love this one. It's still the #1 project in my Ravelry queue. I brought some Dream in Color for it, but used it up on something else.
Hey Girl by Bonnie Marie Burns of Chic Knits looks nice and comfy, and I need a go to sweater.
The Seaside Shawlette caught my eye recently. As off this post, the site is down for aa few weeks due to a family emergency, but once it's back up, I'll get the pattern.
I love this Latte Baby Coat.
...and then there's Rogue, the sweater I've always wanted to make. I'm not frightened of her anymore.
What!?! No hats?
No hats. While I do have hats in my queues, I tend to knit or crochet most of the hats I want to make.
Okay, I hear you. I still haven't made Dulcie by Woolly Wormhead. I have plemty of the hand staining Potluck by Cherry Tree Hill for it.
Tomorrow's topic: A Mascot Project