So as you can probably guess, I’ve been away from the internets for a while. I’m not saying, I’ve removed my computer or cut my modem cables — nothing that drastic, but I definitely haven’t blogged. I’m not really sure if I know how to, other than just doing it. If you follow my Instagram, you’ll see that I’ve been keeping busy in the craft-o-sphere. In fact, I nearly burned myself out on knitting after making over 12 pairs of hand-knit wool socks for all of my immediate family.
After Christmas, I took a break from knitting and started spinning wool on the drop spindle that Santa brought me. But even that was challenging and not at all cathartic — not in the beginning at least. So after spring, I took a break, and I mean a serious break. Such a break that I wasn’t even sure if I would start knitting again. I wondered if this would be just another short term hobby that I’ve always latched onto and let go soon after.
Fast forward to the last page of the book, knitting and I got back together and lived happily ever after.
To catch you up even more, I started an Etsy shop (and no surprise here, I’m not overwhelongly active on that either) but I’ve had a few sales. Nothing to quit my day job over, but enough to justify that there’s potential interest in something I’ve created.
I hate making promises simply became I know there’s the potential to break them. I’ll just say this; I hope it’s not another 2 years before i write my next post. Fingers crossed.