This tutorial is brought to you by my iphone, an insane amount of trial-and-error and the need to make a needle case that could hold interchangeable needle tips, cords for them and and circular needles. And also to do it with a food theme.
It has twelve pockets for circular needles, needle gauge and fun stuff like that, and 15 pockets for interchangeable needle tips, which is more than you will ever use, really.
I can’t even keep up with one blog, and even less two, so I’m not entirely sure why I’m doing this. But here we go. This used to be a website where I sold cloth menstrual pads, linked with my Etsy shop, but it’s now almost two years since I last sold an item (January 2012 was my last sale, and October 2008 was my first, apparently!). So basically it’s time to either let this URL go to someone else, or do something with it. And of course I’m going with the latter. Letting go just isn’t something I do well.
This decision might have something to do with it being November and me being 10,918 words away from winning NaNoWriMo. I’ve also started a sewing project, planned two more, promised to crochet a hat for a friend and started to move furniture around in my bedroom. So really, this is just par for the course.
I haven’t been taking a lot of pictures of knitting throughout the year as I’ve been reduced to Instagramming and yeah, my phone has made me knit a lot less as I rarely do it while waiting in line anymore, but I went through the year and I have done a few crafty things after all.
There’s a lot of pictures under this cuts. LOTS AND LOTS.