This is my town now u can’t come here
Ex is in town for spring break
LOOK AT THIS BABY
LOOK AT HER
Serious business conductor baby = awesome
also yesssss they didn’t fridge the girl this time
laughing at The Musketeers because matches were definitely not invented/in common use in Europe until at least 1800. COME ON TEAM
I hate adding lifelines but I know I might need this one. They just take like 5000 years to add and then are a pain in the ass to knit around later. >:(
I’m really excited about this pattern I released last night on Ravelry. It is a Fair Isle hat called Forest. This hat originally started as a request from a friend who picked out a colour pallet of greens and browns. As I was knitting, I couldn’t help but think of light trickling down to the forest floor through a dense canopy above. I soon realized it was a particular forest trail I kept picturing. That trail was Hemlocks and Hardwoods at Kejimkujik National Park. This trail takes you through 300 year-old hemlock trees and the coziest looking beds of moss. I can’t wait to go back this summer.
Isabelle Milleret’s free pattern for the knit Mon Petit Gilet Raye cardigan, with instructions in English and French.
'That one big knitting project' late August 2013- mid February 2014.
Turned out ridiciulously big but I am still happy I’m finished. And proud boy, so proud.
I’ve been thinking about that stretch marks post all day and how I have never ever hated them?? I got them at some point during freshman or sophomore year of college and I had so much other stuff going on I just…failed to care? Like, I really really like my legs, they are proportional and they do the jobs that need to be done ie walking, dancing, etc. So I was busy frowning at my belly for being too round or something and the thought of hating my stretch marks never even crossed my mind.
Idk body favoritism or something. These days I like my everything very much, except some days my face skin.