Another year on, and this should be the post about my Christmas tree and all of the amazing decorations I’ve knit and crocheted for it, supposedly. Oh how I wish I could surprise you all with the amazing things I’ve made for said tree. Sadly it’s not to be.
More important things happened this year, I got a cat.
Tree: Cat: Cat: Tree
I toyed with the idea of getting a decal of a tree to put against a wall, but instead I settled for a new tree, smaller, all-in-one, sit on the kitchen counter where the cat has yet to have leaped, and even she, knows her limits.
This year has taught me one thing, and here’s where I link it to knitting. Don’t plan anything, not a thing, because if you really wanted to do it / knit it / have it, you’d already be doing it.
I knit a lot of things for one of my nieces this year, not because I had planned it, but because I really, really wanted to do it. Here’s Whirligig Shrug by Stefanie Japel, my latest FO. I’ve yet to hand it over so there will be more gratuitous photos later.
How does one delete a queue of 650+ projects on Ravelry in one go? I’m turning over a new leaf.