It's me, Tentenknits, all up in your blog reader! yeah, i know, where have I been?
Well, I've finally come out from under all the boxes, paints and happy chaos that is buying your own home! It truly was a brutal process typified by trying to get a mortgage. Not to mention we got to experience more stress than imaginable right up right up until the very end. Hello, 4:45pm phonecall on Friday telling me, "I may not close on Monday and we'll just have to wait and see on that morning 'cause everyone's gone for the day", yeah I'm talking to you.
But enough of that – it's behind me now and I freely and willingly Let You Go! (visualize me skipping away to the oblivion to the sound of the Smurff's theme song) Plus, I know you're ALL dying to see the place so without further ado I bring you a few shots from the new Casa De DiezDiezTejer.
Our bedroom is a mess and the bathroom is TINY so figured no use in showing you that… and yes, as you can see there's a lot that still needs to be done but Holy Lord Jesus In Heaven I am so happy to be settled!!
But what's that you spy on the couch there? Ahh, yes a little Welcome to your New Home present for Moi. The beginnings of my very own Rambing Rows (or as I like to call it Rose). My husband is pumped about this knit. He has been so patient with me in the past in regards to getting his own blanket. I've helped my LYS sew a few together for different charities and each time Husband would lie under them as I did an edge and just say, "Can't we keep it?" and my reply was always, "Nope." So when we go the keys to our new home I thought it was time darling husband got a nice big blanket to call his own.
The yarn is the lovely Spud & Chloe sweater. Great colors and superwash! Can't beat that for a good couch throw blanket. I hope to also pair it with a few pillows made of the stuff. I'm all about the home knits these days! Oh and garter stitch, my fried brain thanks you.
Anyway, it was about time I got back to my regularly-ish scheduled knit blogging. I'm still working on the sweater pattern who's popularity seriously humbled me to no end! (thank you!!) AND I have some other crafty goodness up my sleeve!
All in all it feels good to be "home".
Thanks for being patient with me and I look forward to updating you with some good inspiring knitting!