I suppose I shouldn't be so dramatic. Projects like these take time! AND, we do have some progress. Looky here!
I had finished Anne's Lighthouse Pullover over the summer, I think I reported in on this last time we broached this topic. Since then, I made both school uniform cardigans (for which I deserve a medal; navy blue garter stitch gets a wee bit boring after a spell :0) AND I made a Rhinebeck sweater. I will grant, NOT the sweater I was originally planning to make, but a sweater that I will wear at Rhinebeck nonetheless.
|Look how cute my little pupil is in her new cardigan!|
|Pattern is "Sugar Maple" by Carina Spencer|
In other crafting news, there's been lots of excitement! I know I mentioned over the summer how I had gotten involved in Hogwarts at Ravelry, I waited excitedly on Platform 9 3/4, submitted a project in the Orientation thread, and was happily sorted into Gryffindor when the new term started. I did well, submitting projects to multiple classes and Weekly Challenges, and so logged in at the end of the rotation to submit my intention to stay on in Gryffindor House. Well.
I had a message from the absolutely LOVELY Head of House in Gryffindor asking me to be the Prefect for the upcoming rotation. I was a little nervous about taking on a more active role so early on in my Hogwarts studies ;-), but I was also pretty excited. It's like my dream come true - I am Hermione!
So far, it's going positively swimmingly. I just check in every day and encourage my fellow Gryffindor Lions in their crafting goals. I adore the community there, and am enjoying myself tremendously! I also get to see our fellow Life of a Catholic Librarian community member Melanie, who is the ambassador to Platform 9 3/4 for Hufflepuff. She is also running one of the storylines this term (aka a class) and I really want to make something to submit over there!
So much fun. It's all about community, yes? About fostering and nurturing healthy relationships with wonderful, kind people. God is so good to us!
What are you working on this week? Are you starting to plan out your holiday gifts? I'd love to hear about it!
I agree you should get a medal for two navy blue garter stitch sweaters but at least you got H@R points. :)ReplyDelete
I'm working on a shawl, a camel for my nativity set, and I want to start a baby surprise jacket for my nephew for Christmas.
ha ha! Camels?! I remember your nativity set, you must be nearly done now, yes? And oooo, Baby Surprise Jacket, one of my favorite baby/kid knits!Delete