Yarn!

One container filled with commercial yarn, the other with handspun. Both make me very happy.


Too Many Hobbies, Not Enough Time

I wish I had more time to do things I enjoy. A lot of people are off work and talking about all these things they’re accomplishing, but me, I have the kids to handle and all the house work and with my husband working incredibly long hours there’s no relief from any of it.

I love to knit, spin, read, draw, game, and play guitar. I want to use an app or my BulletJournal to dedicate time to each of these things weekly, but even THAT takes (you guessed it) time.


Do You Multibox?

Someone mentioned that multiboxing 8 characters seemed like a lot to them, so I told them about a Twitch streamer I watch who boxes 41…..


Welcome to the Far North..

Not a good time here lately.


Back to Making Gold

It has been a bit of time, but I’m back at it, making gold in WoW. I started out by reactivating my alt accounts so I was multiboxing with a total of 5. It didn’t take long before I decided to throw caution to the wind, and I activated 3 more accounts, so I’m doing a 2×4 team of hunters and druids.

Competition for farm spots has been fierce, with the pandemic going on and far more people at home than normal. Still, I managed to make some gold here and there. I’m not sure how long I’ll keep up with it, but I’ll do my best! Bring on the gold making.


Gotta Have the Ears


A Little Spinning Action

It looks so much nicer all spread out! I can’t wait to knit with it. No idea WHAT I’ll knit yet, but I’ll think of something.


BulletJournal Excitement

The image above is taken from Reddit, where I have fallen into the rabbit hole of BulletJournals once again. I absolutely love to have everything written and scheduled out, even if I don’t follow the directions, they’re simply nice to have. There have been a ton of covid-19 themed layouts, as well as (of course) Animal Crossing. So cute!


Working Order

I’ve slowly been cleaning and putting together my sock knitting machine. It requires oil to run smooth, and mineral oil is the one I was told to go with. The needles have all been inserted and they seem to move properly, but it was suggested that I replace them all anyway, it makes a huge difference in the knitting. I’m hoping I can take it for a test spin any day now! Here’s hoping I don’t have too many dropped stitches… I’ll be sure to post my results!


Free Patterns Galore

There have been so many amazing free patterns to pick up from Ravelry lately, I have no idea what I’ll knit next! I’m thinking of this shawl for my handspun, alternating white and colours that I’ve spun up. Shawls are nice for projects like this because gauge isn’t essential.