Lately I've been lucky to finish some big projects. Freeing up my needles is always such a fun sense of accomplishment. I wish empty laundry baskets would give that same feeling to me. I'm on a home knits kick and have found the most perfect long project to work on -The Beekeeper Quilt. It will be made up of hundreds of these little stuffed hexipuffs that once tied together, will be adorable. I'm using a color palate from one of my favorite artist to keep it relatively organized. So far it is the perfect project to tote around to our playground and tuck in my purse. I'm still working on my little one's longies stash and have a knit-along shawl that I'm not feeling to much (I'm a linear person, not geometric) and a birthday present for a little friend of ours in the works. I like to be busy as a bee at all times.
I feel like I've also been lucky to finally get a most anticipated fall read - The Rhythm of The Family by Amanda Blake Soule. I'm sure I won't be the only one in this yarn along to be currently reading it. It is great. I love her blog and am very inspired by her. This book gives me some great ideas to jump off of with the soon approaching season change. I have a feeling that I'll be reaching for it again and again (like I do her other books) as the year ends and starts anew.
Following along with Ginny at Small Things -sharing our favorite things...knits and reads.