So is it just me, or does this happen to others? You skip a week or blogging, then suddenly it’s almost a month. And you have stuff to talk about, but there’s a lot, including pictures you want to share and yarns you want to link, and the idea of sitting down and doing all that just feels like too much work? Anyway, that’s where I’m at. I’ve missed blogging a bit but kind of wish it took less time. Maybe I need to lower my expectations as to what I want my posts to be.
Lots of knitting has been happening though, and I’ve finished two major projects recently – my Shawlography and Wavelength Sweater. I’m super happy with how both of them turned out. Recently I’ve been having fun recording a podcast again. This is something I had done pretty frequently a few years ago but got out of the habit of. So I recorded one last week, and another one is uploading now. More details about both these projects and a few others can be found there. I’ve embedded the first one below, and when the second one uploads you can find it by searching Backstage Knits podcast.
Hope to see you all soon!
Agree. Both projects turned out great. It’s interesting how different the shawl looks when wrapped versus flat. Congrats. I know that was a big project.
Your shawl and sweater both look great! Congratulations on those and also picking up podcasting again 🙂
Well done for getting both major project finished. I love the colours of both of them and the sweater looks fabulous. 🙂
You have completely summed up how I feel about podcasts. It’s so hard to get out of the habit of something and then back into it! I absolutely adore the colors you picked for your shawl. It’s a stunner!
This happens to me all the time!! I have all the best intentions of writing more frequently, but it never EVER works out.
The projects look great! I especially love the colors you used for the shawl. That purple/gray/teal combination has always been a favorite of mine.
What cute and colorful knits! I’ll watch your podcast right now!
Loved listening to you chatting to us about your projects and life. The shawl is stunning and I love the way you wear it. The socks look as if they will be cosy.
That shawl looks amazing!
I love your shawlography ! And the colours look really good on you
Kathryn, I know the feeling – enjoy sharing our travels through our blog posts but sometimes the thought of sitting down to edit and organize photos and compose the narrative is just too much – I find stubbing out the photos first helps me to get started and then I go back and add the commentary/narrative. I also decided to just make the posts shorter!