This weekend is LDS General Conference. That means 3 of my favorite things happen all at the same time. I get to (1) be spiritually uplifted while (2) wearing my jammies all day and (3) I get to knit without feeling like I should be doing something else. You see, knitting is my passion. I love the rhythm of it, I love that you can create so many different things with just one big long string, and I love the satisfaction of a finished project. It being a hobby though, I don’t feel good about sitting around all day knitting. I usually wait until the kids are in bed before I pick up my needles. General Conference weekend is the exception though. I can feel good about listening and knitting all day long.
I want to share with you my favorite knitting and crocheting tool. ravelry.com, sometimes I don’t know how the world functioned without ravelry. I will try to explain. Ravelry is an online community kind of like Facebook but not at all like Facebook. You can post photos of the knitted or crochet projects you’ve worked on. You can join groups (for instance I belong to a gluten free knitters group. What does gluten intolerance have to do with knitting? You’ll have to join to find out.) You can browse what other people have made to get ideas. You can look through hundreds of thousands of patterns using really great filters to narrow things down. You can save the projects or patterns you like to look at later. If you have ever knit or crochet anything you should check it out. If you do, click on the people tab and look me up . I’m Joooniper, friend me, I’d love to see what projects you are working on.