quick.

This is just a little post to check in and let you know how things are going over here! We are still in boxes. Of course! School is heavy. Of course! I have started my training for the Sun Run in Vancouver on April 17th. Yay! and everyone is tired. There has been some very…

home.

Over this past weekend, we moved. Between the boxes and cleaning, I am glad to finally see the light at the end of tunnel that we will be settling into our new home soon. It is also one step closer to the country life that we eventually would like to share together. It was pretty…

time for tea.

tea leaves is done! I thought it was doomed but I saved it! And I will share what happened with you so that it never happens to you and you almost start crying when you are out on a beautiful walk with your dear husband :) [FYI – I am sorry for such a long,…

herringbone.

Left over from other projects, namely a big one I have yet to show you, I cast on for Kate Gagnon Osborn’s Opus Spicatum out of some Malabrigo and Madelinetosh. I had actually stumbled onto this pattern by accident about a month ago when browsing through the most recent Kelbourne Woolens’ available patterns. I love…

Molly.

In my last post, I had mentioned a new knit that I was working on – Alana Dakos’ Molly. It’s finished! In total, this simple beret with its very cute lace brim took me 2 evenings to finish. You can’t beat that! Molly is knit in the lace weight New Zealana’s Kia Ora Kiwi. I…

kiwi.

Generally, I am pretty good about not going into a yarn shop and just buying anything. Generally, I have a project in mind. Usually, I go in with the pattern-in-hand and proceed to choose the yarn to knit said project. I broke those rules yesterday. I saw a sample of Molly by Alana Dakos that…

Looking back. Looking forward.

Happy New Years! I always dread the end of a year and the start of a new one since I usually feel that the year was a good one and I am not quite ready for it to be finished and past. 2010 was no different – I am not quite ready to say goodbye….