Thursday, January 11, 2007

A spot to record my projects

I've found myself visiting a number of blogs recently, and thus have caught the blog bug to create my own spot to record my progress. After starting our home improvement blog, I realized it isn't as hard as it may seem, and it's a great way to record what I'm working on.

I also have selfish reasons as I'd like to leave comments on other blogs, but am concerned about throwing my email address out there for spam harvesters. With a blog, I can create a signature (and hopefully some credibility) for notes I leave.

I am a knitter, have been knitting for about 20 years now, so I'd have to say I'm pretty good. Like many knitters I tend to downplay my abilities, but have been trying to make a concious effort not to do that without being annoying.

I also spin, a little, and want to do it more.

Why the title? I'm not sure, it popped into my head. Watching the blog-o-sphere of knitters it seems that many people are part of groups in there area. While I think I'd like to find one, I also realize that if I really wanted to I would try harder to find one. I find myself enjoying my solitary knitting time.

1 comment:

Tracy said...

I recently caught the knitting blog bug, too. It's a lot of fun! And like you, I tend to knit alone---it's my form of meditation and therapy, all rolled into one.