2013 was The Year of Progress – and a progressive year it was.
I’ve deemed 2014 The Year of Learning because I sincerely believe that I learn something new everyday. This year, I want to document this fact. I’ve got a pretty notebook and colorful pens to keep track of everything I learn throughout the year and I’m excited about it!
What are you going to miss most about 2013? What are you most looking forward to in 2014?
I’ve been pretty busy and trying to squeeze in some productivity here and there and just wanted to take a quick moment to make sure ya’ll had seen what I’ve been up to lately!
What have you been up to lately? Preparing for the new year and relishing in the memories of 2013?
Doomsday Knits has finally arrived! The digital version, at least, and man oh man is it awesome!
My pattern, Quaintrelle, is in there along with 30 others that are perfect for the apocalypse, before and after.
What will your first project from the book be?
This past weekend was a special one – my younger brother graduated from college and the family got together to celebrate! (Those of you who have been reading the blog for a while might recognize the sweater my Dad is wearing)
I don’t get to see my grandfolks often since we live on opposite sides of the country and the older we get, the more fun we all seem to have together (and we all like beer and giving each other a hard time, what can I say).
I also got to spend some time with some knitting friends and we started the day with mimosas and talk of knitting and life, then hit up a yarn store and got some brews.
So, although I probably won’t see them for the Big Holiday next week, it was very nice to see some of my family and the travel time was good knitting time too.
Well, not seekrits, just one really.
This particular item is working up quite quickly and I’m totally in love with the way the stitch pattern is coming out in the yarn that would otherwise be difficult to work with. I wish I could tell you more about it right now, but sadly you’ll have to wait for a little while!
What are you working on this week? Linking up with Tami as always!