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Over the last few months, I've worked on a lot of custom knitting projects and I thought I would share a few of them here. A good friend of mine asked me to make an army cap for the newest little addition to her family, in ACU colors, to honor her husband who is active military. I was really excited about this project because I'd been wanting to experiment with a billed, knitted hat. The pattern was a lot of fun to make and I learned a few new things about short rows - they're great not just for shaping out the backside of a cloth diaper soaker, but also for creating slanted edging for bills

Reading - Not much. Mostly things about finance, selling and buying homes and budgeting. But I'm a nerd so I get excited to read about those things. I do have a few books waiting to be read but my hands are so occupied with knitting lately that I find it almost impossible to turn pages :) Knitting - Soakers galore! I've worked with a mom co-op a couple times and am currently fulfilling my second order with them - 43 soakers! My largest order to date. In fact, that's what I was working on in the picture above. It will be an extra large soaker, in Boy Blue Heather (Valley Yarns) trimmed with Blue Hawaii (Cascade

While Ezra was with my mom yesterday, I finally got the chance to get my office/craft room under control. Mostly this meant organizing my yarn. I never thought I would be that knitter. The one with enough yarn to possibly open her own - albeit small - yarn shop. But it happened. It's a bit of an addiction, what can I say. Over the weekend, Alex and I visited Home Depot to see what we could find in terms of an organizational solution. I thought about going to my most favorite store ever - IKEA - but didn't feel like making the drive with a 10 month old in tow. We ended up finding a Martha Stewart 6-cubby