Don't Wait to Feel it.


Today during the end of the first week I learned an important lesson. Usually in the beginning of the year people try to make yearly resolution, but what about a lesson. A rule that I am going to I learn for myself this year is the lesson of:

“Don’t wait to feel it.”

The problem that I faced last year is not doing enough things. I would end up pump myself up to do something, and then I don’t deliver. I always block myself of doing certain things. I just really need to learn how to slay the beast and not worry about if I achieve at something or fail.

Knitting has been something that I do for comfort, now it is time to step up the game, and broaden my reach to do something else with it.

I finally had the time to post the video of my fall yarn haul. It took a lot to edit the video, and the video shows what yarn I have collected. The video features yarn from Events like New Jersey Sheep and Fiber Festival and New York Sheep and Fiber, and a couple trunk shows.


Besides working on the video this week I actually was busy with work, and I also ended up doing a photoshoot with my good friend Corrado (check out his Ravelry). We had a blast as we worked on the shoots. He is a pretty great designer, and you should check him out.


The images that are posted of Corrado and his projects are things that are past shoots we have done.. The shoot that was currently photograph are not yet ready to share. They will be released in a couple of weeks.

The projects that is currently on my needles is a shawl for my friend that is the image below.

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This current project is the La Crau shawl by Melanie Berg. The yarn that is being used are 2 skeins of Marianated Yarns and a skein of Madelinetosh.

I want to welcome this new year, and the adventures that it will take us. I also want to tell people who get pressured with the new year about their New Years resolutions not to worry. Just do it!