Without getting poked in an eye. I mean, unless you’d like to see the world a bit differently, like all of us knitters do. We always have needles on hand after all. For us knitters, all time not actively doing something that precisely prohibits knitting, is time that could be spent knitting. And just because
This is obviously the second article. Let me explain. No, there is too much. Let me sum up. This is what we discovered during the first few months. It’s easier mentally to keep track of a daily budget. And helps to stop the total budget from running out mid-week, or mid-month. Include anything that isn’t
Everyone has a dragon they need to slay. And by dragon, I mean project. And by dragon that needs slaying, I mean a project that just, needs, doing. And has been put off for a very long time for a few vague-but-specific reasons that are little, but always add up to it never being started.
You would be surprised what you can discover if you have ever ended up housebound for any reason, for any extended length of time, with only your books and laptop for company. Or also yarn and needles, if you are a knitter like me. I’d compare the feeling to being a reader living in a
Stuff you need. I used a 4mm crochet hook, no. 2 weight yarn (fingering, sock, or fine baby weight), and strips of cotton fabric 2-3 inches wide. Don’t worry. You do not need to learn, nor know how, to crochet to make this. How this rug is woven together just happens to be a very
Step one. Go to Ikea and build one of theirs. It’s probably easier, faster, and way less frustrating than what we did. Step two. It will NOT be as awesome as ours. Good things come to those who wait, scream, yell, and then go to bed in tired and terrible impatience, just to get up