I recently finished a batch of my Equinox Cowls and First Snow Fingerless Mitts for PacaNaturals, so this morning I snapped some quick pictures for posterity.
We had a cute snowstorm last night that sprinkled happy snowflakes on the ground, fitting for taking pictures of the fingerless mittens so aptly named First Snow.
As I was taking these shots I noticed little snowflakes landing on the darker mittens.
Sure, we have all seen pictures of what unique snowflakes look like up close, but I could not help but imagine what snowflakes with their own unique personalities would look like. When I imagine a happy snowflake, it looks something like this:
Super stoked to be a snowflake.
In all of the engagement excitement I forgot to post about my recent finished project! Oh the horror! To make amends, here are some pictures of the cushy Bumble Berry Cabled Cowl, fresh off my needles. Sort of.
I tend to leave projects all over the house, in various states of progress.
Dining room floors are super convenient for drying newly felted wool.
This is what happens when a lamb’s wool sweater pays a visit to the washing machine and dryer. It’s fine. No, really. I was never a fan of beige turtlenecks anyway. ::sob::
I stepped on the project at least twice before deciding it was time to move it.
To the living room floor instead. I’ve got big plans to move them into the finished pile sometime in the next year. Progress takes time. Don’t want to pull a muscle or anything.
Is this a thing? Do other people slowly migrate unfinished projects around the house? This must be a thing. Please tell me this is a thing.
I love noticing things around me that normally go unseen. This morning it was this arrangement of freshly made headbands…
One of these things is not like the other.
…that reminded me of this cute card that I received earlier this year.
Wise words from a young kid.
Where do you find inspiration?