Come on let’s stitch and bitch again

There’s a new Debbie Stoller book out, woot! This one is called Stitch ’n Bitch Superstar Knitting: Go Beyond the Basics.

  More tutorials, more patterns. And thanks to my very own Superstar Husband and his pre-order amazon list, it’s already mine! That’s why I married him folks 🙂

My copy arrived yesterday. So I was kind of unavailable for conversation yesterday evening, I needed to focus focus focus. It contains 41 new patterns, and I want to knit at least 35 of them. And try out all the new techniques that are described. And, of course, the biggest challenge of all, try to create my very own patterns. Thank you Debbie, you made my day once again!

And now I need to find the time to get started on all those projects… All suggestions are welcome!

Son of Stitch ’n Bitch

This is just in! Debbie Stoller’s Son of Stitch ’n Bitch is finally in my possession! She promises 45 projects to knit and crochet for men, and I want to make nearly all of them. Coming to this theatre soon!

Some more posts about recent projects will be coming soon as well. At the moment, I kind of have a bottleneck situation going on. I’ve been working on several things and slowly finishing them all. I also have some drafts for posts and tutorials lying around that I wrote on the train, but they still need some tweaking before they are ready for the big wide world web. I hope I’ll find some time soon!

Stitch ’n bitch

This week, I started a new project. Not a knitting, crochet or sewing project this time, but a new professional project. Monday was my first day, and even though I am used to changing projects – and therefore work environments – every once in a while, I’m always a bit anxious. You never know how it’s going to work out. So, I got to know everybody, tried to remember all the names and then, somewhere around noon, there was a big revelation… They have a knitting circle! A real stitch ’n bitch! Every Tuesday, a party of 5 gets together at lunch to knit. So, there were 6 of them today 😉 I didn’t hesitate one bit to drag all my gear along to work. I’m going to like this project, I can feel it 🙂