How cute! A little book!
This book is tiny.
I've been volunteering with Kitsap Regional Library and this week, I've been preparing the supplies for a staff workshop—and I will be teaching it tomorrow for the first time.
It's been an enjoyable experience to plan and prepare a workshop. There were a few challenges ("There are going to be 22 participants?!"), and some very real moments of gratitude, particularly when I discovered the library has an electric guillotine. But beyond all the work that has been done so far, I'm most looking forward to sharing the bookbinding craft with others—even if it only fits in the palm of your hand.
Tell me, what is it you plan to do
The last few months have been a blur of moving boxes. The arduous journey from Connecticut to Washington was exhausting and exhilarating, and now that I've had some more time to adjust to my new surroundings, I've been sure to make time for one of my favorite pastimes: adventure knitting.
It seems basic, and it is—but it is wonderfully freeing. Simply take whatever knitting you are working on and go out into the world. Some knitters refer to this act as "knitting in public" but I like my version better.
Olivia Rose Muzzy
Works in progress, works in retrospect.