Hrmm...

May. 9th, 2014 10:12 pm
booksyarntea: (Kit Harington » 005)
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I have not been a very good blogger as of late. To be honest, though, there just hasn't been a whole lot to write about. As I previously said, I'm very routine and don't really have much to say about that--There is only so many times you can write, "did more RPing today" before that gets boring.

This week has been rather "blah" in terms of, well... everything, but I attribute that mostly to Mother Nature dropping by for her monthly visit, :\. I've been terribly unmotivated or only partially motivated to do anything and I feel very guilty about that with regard to my writing partners. I'm sure I'll be back to normal over the course of the weekend, :).

While in Ohio, I asked my aunt to teach me how to crochet, so I've sort been working on that, but haven't made a lot of progress. Although, I will say this, crocheting is a bit easier to understand than knitting and I'm sure once I muddle through learning the single crochet I'll be on my way to doing something! I'm kind of excited about that, but I'm also a bit frustrated because I don't think I'm doing something right. I guess I should probably take some time to sit down and watch some videos on YouTube. My aunt and I did find one while I was visiting and an online friend recommended some more, so we'll see I guess! :)

I still need to photograph the jewelry I made back in March and I'm going to make that happen this weekend, despite the fact it'll be partly cloudy all weekend. There is a ton of scrapbook paper in this house--I'll think of something!

On a completely unrelated note, I'm pretty sure this abandoned German amusement park was part of the setting for Hanna.

Date: 2014-05-10 08:09 pm (UTC)
muladhara: (craft)
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I find crocheting WAY easier than knitting. Plus you only need one hook to do EVERYTHING, where as knitting relies on straight, circular, and double-pointed needles. I also think that crochet is better for 3D things (e.g. toys, amigurumi) than knitting is because it forms a sturdier fabric (or not, as the case may be because like all things it depends on your hook/yarn). I also think that changing colours is a heck of a lot easier in crochet, too (although just as tangly ;) ).

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