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Hi! What’s new?! I know, I fell off the blog again 🙂 However I’ve already flown nearly 30,000 miles this year for work, so as you can imagine I’ve been a busy bee. On the knitting front, I have been knitting away. I decided early on that my knitting goal for this year is 12… Continue reading 12 Shawls in 2017
As of this morning recklessknitting.com is dead and gone. All the content has disappeared into the ether. I am saddened that my content from the past 6 years is gone, however I am excited for new beginnings… Over the next few weeks as we close out 2016 I will catch you up on the projects… Continue reading New Beginnings
Well then, that update was sooner than expected 🙂 I decided that rather than going to lunch today and dealing with icy roads I woudl run to our cafe and update my blog. Good call, right? In looking back I had very few goals for the year: 2009 knitting related goals: 1. Complete at least… Continue reading 2009: A Look Back
To close out the year I actually did finish a few more projects. Not the shawls I was anticipating knitting for Christmas, but rather a hat and a scarflette for my MIL and fingerless gloves for a white elephant exchange at work. Now let’s begin by saying I do not look stellar in hats. I… Continue reading Holiday Knitting
Finally! Seamed and blocked, I present to you the baby cardigan I started in February. I started to embroider it, but ripped it out as I did not like how it looked. I’m thinking a little felt something for one side or a patch. Something to spice it up for my little Bug, but not… Continue reading Sweater Accomplished!
I tried, I really did, to complete the baby cardigan in the month of February, but no such luck. The back and two front sides are done as is one of the two sleeves. Valiant effort if I do say so myself, given my lack of time. The second sleeve is cast on and I… Continue reading February project… almost, but not quite