How do you blog about things that you can’t photograph or even really talk about? That’s the question I’ve been mulling for the last two weeks, and I’m not sure I’ve totally figured it out. I am knitting away over here, casting on new things and finishing others, and I can’t yet tell you about any of them! (Though, if you’re on Ravelry, you can obviously check them out on my project page…) In the meantime, here’s what all of that knitting looks like clustered on our mantle.
I am knitting away, and at least one of these projects I can actually show you (and will! later this week). After that, I do have a plan to carry this blog through until I start knitting things I can properly show off. As part of that, is there anything you’d like to see here (besides holiday spoilers, of course)? Let me know and I’ll see what I can do!
That doesn’t look so bad. My knitting projects wouldn’t fit on my mantle right now. Too many and/or too ungainly.
Haha. Fair enough! This is just my holiday knitting, though — there are other projects (for me) that are not on deadline and thus, not included here.
Really it’s not that there’s a lot of volume so much as it’s all I’m knitting and I can’t talk about any of it!
Sigh. December/January is going to be an explosion of blogging.
What fun project bags. You are organized.
I recently started using a dry bag for a project bag that looks a lot like the 2nd bag from the right and I think it’s SUPER handy. I love the way it can clip on to anything, especially while traveling.
I have to admit that I regularly take a peak at your projects on rav (and admire your stash there … You have such beautiful yarns!) – and I love them all. Are you rotating projects at the moment or knit according to who you are going to meet first?
Sorry for not commenting on your last posts, by the way – I have read and enjoyed them all, but I’m up to my ears in that exposé (STILL) and I CAN’T WAIT for December 1, when everything will be over … One way or another.
Have a wonderful start of your week! 🙂