Hi, I’m Kelly Wilkinson.
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Monday
Dec272010

post-holiday projects?

I love happy chaos and productivity of the holiday build up. But I also love the post-holiday sloth. After a few days of doing absolutely nothing but eating and drinking and eating more and padding around in my slippers, I like to have a slow, low-intensity project that I might work on around the fire.

STC Craft offered a lovely roundup of projects with free instructions from their beautiful crop of books this year. I didn't get to any of them before Christmas, but I just might try the one from One More Skein by Leigh Radford (and re-learn how to knit...yet again!). I can’t get enough of these slouchy-graceful cowls.

Reader Comments (3)

Thanks for the suggestions - I did a few glasses cases from Kata Golda's book for xmas gifts but I may get out the knitting needles soon....once I finish a felt advent calendar for our boy for next year. Hope you had a wonderful Christmas!

December 27, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterCharlotte

I, too, admit to having a few "sloth days" post-Christmas ... could this be why, perhaps, we have "New Years' Resolutions" shortly thereafter? Because we spend a week lounging around, eating left over sweets and postponing exercise routines? Here's to the post-holiday sloth! :)

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