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Thursday Follow pt 2

There are so many wonderful blogs out there, how do you even know where to start? Well, if you’re looking for some awesome knitting and craft themed blogs to peruse today, look no further. I’ve been harvesting the grooviest of folks since I realised it’s quite selfish to keep them all to myself.

Also my knitting progress is woefully unexciting. All sock all the time. I am really close to abandoning them; I don’t even like the yarn! But I do adore the pattern I’ve written and will be publishing it. Since that requires a finished object to photograph, I doggedly knit on.

Anyway. Awesome people coming right up.

Erin of Crosstitchery is a charming person. Our exchanges have been minimal but she made an impression. On top of that her blog is freaking adorable and she is talented in a varied and interesting way. I love clicking through her posts.

All She Wants to Do Is Knit is such an apt name. Who can’t relate to that? On top of the catchy name, she also posts photographs of her very impressive knitting skills and some really nice introspective stuff once in a while. I’m a big fan.

Another lovely knitter is Ways to Knit Forever. One thing I have to say about her is that she is SUPER productive compared to my slow pace and I’m always impressed and happy to read her posts. It’s another name about constant knitting too – I sense a theme!

So go check them out, they’re worth it.

In geekier news I just have to add that I am super excited about Guardians of the Galaxy this weekend and may in fact do a themed pattern collective next week. I am genuinely considering a post entirely consisting of raccoon patterns… because Rocket.

And also because of a lifelong fascination with the creatures, but mostly Rocket.

What are you guys looking forward to at the moment?

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5 thoughts on “Thursday Follow pt 2

  1. Wow – thank you for the link! Right backatcha though .. I love reading your posts too. Dory singing, ‘just keep swimming,’ springs to mind when I read your words about your knitting progress .. I know the feeling of a huge roadblock on a project, but think that makes the satisfaction of finishing that tiny bit greater!

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    1. You’re very welcome! And a quote from Dory is always welcome 😉 A roadblock does make the end game more satisfying but convincing yourself to get past that roadblock is vaguely infuriating.

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