Baby hats and Paris

I’ve always fancied myself a baby person. And luckily for me, most babies I’ve met have fancied themselves a Daniel person (i like to think they respect me more because I never break eye contact and don’t speak down to them). Up until a few months ago, my only contact with babies has been at church (a … More Baby hats and Paris

Eyeballs and starbucks

A couple of months ago, I traveled to Japan, a country of rich culture and history and–probably the reason why most people go there–the world’s leading authority on amigurumi, the art of making cute, tiny things out of yarn (pictured above). I also ate some California rolls, which I guess were okay. Now, I have tried … More Eyeballs and starbucks

End of summer cowls and triquetrums

Just like with trashy thrillers and Trader Joe’s chicken taragon wraps, I have a love-hate relationship with lace weight yarn (also with hearthstone, criminal minds marathons, and this guy in my class named cj). I’m always really excited when I get it, but then I get started and realize that it will take me freaking forever to knit anything … More End of summer cowls and triquetrums

Bun hats and birthdays

I’ve never been much for trends, which isn’t to say I don’t follow them. Because I do, religiously (kale and quinoa. all day errday). It’s just that I’ve always been really bad at them, more often than not miscalculating what the next ‘big thing’ would be (welcome to my knitting blog). Well, no longer. I’ve decided to get ahead … More Bun hats and birthdays