|going with the flow!|
Here's another photo showing my weekly spread at the end of Week 1. I have also been sharing lots of photos over on Instagram and adding the ideas which work best to my Pinterest board. If you want to find out more about the bullet journaling craze, check out this video.
|bullet journal, Week 1|
I have been doing lots of crocheting too of course! I began the year by finishing a pair of socks that I began on Boxing Day. They were a stash busting project, following Joanne Scrace's Mamble Socks pattern. I found it a really relaxing pattern to follow, perfect to crochet along whilst watching family movies! I finished them last week and they fit my youngest son's fast growing feet (he's currently a UK 11 and they're not stopping there so I have allowed for some growth room).
|my stripy Mamble Socks|
My next crochet project was a continuation with many of the 4ply colours from the socks. I decided to make a doll from Kerry Lord's Edward's Crochet Doll Emporium book - a book I have had on my shelf since October but not made anything from. My first doll is for my very best friend Gwen and I am trying to make it look like her!
|crochet work in progress (WIP)|
The third crochet project of the year is a new design - a filet crochet shawl, crocheted in Koigu Mori a 50% merino/ 50% mulberry silk 4ply yarn. This yarn is one of the smoothest, softest yarns I have ever squished and I can't wait to share more of this project in a future email. If you haven't come across Koigu yarn before check out their website for an absoloute feast for the eyes!
|new shawl design underway|
So, after a good start to the year, I have lots of plans to continue my creative journey - a new crochet pattern to be released once a month, more bullet journaling - possibly with printables for downloading, maybe even crochet workshops and plenty of blog updates!
Until next time,
I love the look of your bullet journal. My planner is so dull in comparison. I need to check out that video. All your crochet projects are beautiful - the texture on those Mamble socks is divine. Thank you for sharing your creative adventures and plans Marta.ReplyDelete
Thanks for taking time to comment Tamara - you always leave such encouraging messages, thank you! I am so pleased to be back drawing and being creative in a 2D format, I have avoided it for years and I'm not sure why, it's so much fun!Delete