I can't believe it's Friday again. The days just fly by when you're trying to do so many things. Raising kids, socializing, trying to keep the house clean it can be a challenge to keep things interesting on the blog. Fortunately I'm getting a lot of support from my fellow bloggers and indie craftspeople. I have to put a shout out to a few people to thank them for their help over the last couple of weeks.
It's been thrilling to have so many people willing to share their learning to knit stories here. Knitting can be a very personal pursuit and the fact that some people feel comfortable enough to share those stories with me on this blog is very humbling. It's a testament to how much we believe that knitting can enhance one's life that others are so willing to share their stories.
Firstly, I have to thank Kusala Knitworks for offering up such a terrific prize for this week's giveaway. If you're looking for geeky stitch markers and cute knitting patterns, that's your go to place.
Secondly, I'd like to thank Evelyn for sharing her thoughts on Knit Picks Nickel Plated Needles. I think you'll be reading more from her in the weeks to come. Also, I'd like to thank Cyndi Minister of The Twisted Purl for sharing her learn to knit story. She's inspired me to think about learning to spin.
Finally I'd like to thank all of you who participated in the giveaway and who have been commenting on the blog. It's a treat every single time someone comments and I read all of them.
What are you thankful for this week? Share with us in the comments.
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I'm Angela. I'm an obsessed knitter.
Blogging about knitting since 2004.
What's going on now?
To sum up: husband has a job after two layoffs in 2013. Husband has been laid off for the fourth time in two years due to companies cancelling projects. I have two kids under the age of 5, we just moved in with my mother in law and I think I'm starting to get my mojo back.
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