Weekend of #amworking

Happy August! I’ve been working hard –36 cloths into my current order, and almost at the halfway point. I’ve found a few new Korean dramas on Netflix to watch while I knit, picking up on a word here or there. Small language victories. 🙂

We might escape the house later today just to feel like we didn’t sit inside for the entire weekend. Hard to believe it’s Monday again tomorrow. 🧶

A stack of hand knit washcloths in blues, greens, and purples, sitting near a sunny window with leafy green plants on the sill.

Tuesday Productivity

I’m not going to lie, this picture is taken at this angle to hide the mess that is my sewing table (knitted Bongo Cat protects my sewing machine), and obscure the project storage that’s happening on the floor at the moment.

Lots of colorful knitted items, some still in progress, sitting in piles on a table, in front of a sewing machine covered by a knitted Bongo Cat cover, with a sunny plant filled window in the background.

Left and center are knit donation projects, including Afghan squares and hats. And then there’s Mt. Washcloth, which proves I’ve actually been busy knitting at all hours of the day.

Wishing you all a happy and productive Tuesday.

New Week – Worky Work

I was able to get a couple of orders out the door early Monday, after knitting pretty much the entire weekend.
* Good news: I got a lot done over the weekend.
* Bad news: My back really doesn’t like knitting all weekend. 🙁

Grey cotton knitted washcloths in progress on a table, next to a painted coffee cup, in front of a sunny window with plants.

I spent the rest of Monday afternoon working on a new Etsy order, trying to finish a KDrama (My Absolute Boyfriend), I’ve been watching on Hulu, and waiting for USPS to deliver yarn that arrived super fast from WeCrochet. The yarn is lovely.

Colorful cotton yarn skeins arranged on a table in front of a sunny window with plants.

This is a batch of cotton Dishie to replenish the colors I’ve been quickly going through.

And with that, the week is off to a good start.