Looking forward (4KCBWday7)

It's the final day of the 4th Knitting & Crochet Blog Week and although I haven't posted every single day, it's been really enjoyable and I've found some great blogs to follow. Today's post is about looking forward to next year and where my crafting may have taken me, which skills and experiences I hope to have conquered. I don't usually tend to plan things too far ahead and so far, my crafting journey has been pretty organic so a large part of my 'looking forward' is wondering what will have happened.

As I'm taking some online classes to learn new skills (Knit to Flatter and Pattern Writing for Knitters ) I would like to think that there are will be some new properly-written patterns and some flattering sweaters to come over the next few months, for starters. I'd also like to learn to spin, but haven't started on that yet and am not sure when the time will be right. There are so many things I have to try and new skills to learn that I can't even begin to guess beyond that.
So that's it for this year's KCBW. I'm still catching up with all the people who left comments on my posts, and will get around to them all eventually - thank you for taking the time to leave your kind words. Thanks also to Mimi for hosting the event again and for the lovely Monkey House Sock pattern which is free for participants.

Finally, if you missed Friday's interview post, do check it out for details of the latest giveaway which is open to anyone who leaves a comment. 


  1. A year full of Craftsy classes ... I bet there will be more to tempt us!
    Hope you had a happy weekend full of candles and cake :)

  2. Hi Sarah, Just read through your posts for knitting and crochet blog week - I particularly love your beehive blanket (that's going to be amazing!) and your interview with Kat! (have already purchased so I haven't entered) Wishing you lots of luck in your classes and your crafting journey. Em (Lululoves) xx

  3. I will have to try Craftsy one day. I have a free video lined up on there.


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