Remember that one time when I said I planned to be blogging while I was on this trip? The Nashville leg of it was very last-minute, on the heels of what turned out to be four of the most exhausting (time-difference-challenged) days you can imagine. In addition to being utterly fried, I have some serious personal business I need to focus on while I’m here, so I’m crying uncle and giving up on the idea of keeping up the blog this week. I know at least two of you will be heartbroken, but I hope you’ll forgive me! I leave you with a few links to peruse:
— This post by Kristen at Marginamia made me cry, especially the part about the sweater (of course)
— Are you doing Me Made May? I’m enjoying everyone’s pics on Instagram (see #mmmay14 if you’re there)
— I want to be a crofter, please
— Also want this (lucky me, they’re sending me one)
— Gorgeous video profile of Natalie Chanin (via)
— Will someone read this Lean Closet Movement series and let me know if it’s any good?
Plus a SHOP NOTE: For all of you Bento Bag collection completists, the XL bento is now available in both tan ticking and chambray, and the Knitters Graph Paper Journal is back in stock. (And thank you all for the warm welcome for the Knit and Let Knit tote!)
I can’t swear you won’t hear from me again, but you can definitely count on me for Monday! Be well and knit some stitches for me —
Take care of yourself! Read your blog faithfully! Discovered it recently! Have been practicing “reading” my knitting! Now, that was a while back! Just wanted to let you know, if you can’t blog, will miss reading it with my morning cup of tea! Pat
i miss you!!
I love Natalie Chanin. I took her Craftsy class and was so relieved to have “permission” to hand sew colthing. Funny, because I would never even consider machine knitting something.
I will miss you, but glad you are going to be having some time for you!
Please don’t feel bad about not blogging for a bit. All of your readers understand. Try to get plenty of rest & try to crochet to fill any down time!! I’ll see you on the purl side!! :-)
I read the Lean Closet series- it’s not long so you could definitely do it in no time. I didn’t really feel like there was anything new for someone who is thinking this way already. I really like the people involved though, so I support them and what they have to say.