111118 ALL THE HAND KNIT SWEATERS

10:00 having a slow morning
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12:00 taking a shower // It’s *kinda* cold enough to wear a hand knit sweater, so of course I do!
12:30 knitting on Weekender sweater & finishing it! // only a few ends left to weave in
14:00 planning & getting files from my old MacBook transferred to my new iMac
15:00 reviewing long-term bizz plans with my four-month calendar // download the nov-feb version here, you’re welcome
16:00 starving, so having a late lunch
16:45 starting on a big text editing order
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19:15 baking banana bread & having dinner // and doing laundry in between, hoppaaa!
20:45 quickly checking email
21:00 doing a bit more of that text editing order
22:30 checking personal finances
23:30 winding down, tidying up, doing skin care, etc.
00:00 bed time // late enough, don’t you think?

WEARING: DROPS LONG ISLAND SWEATER FROM DROPS BIG MERINO // KNITTING ON: ANDREA MOWRY WEEKENDER SWEATER WITH CHAIN TWENTY SUAVE DK IN EL PAJAR GREY

I hate it when the boyfriend has late shifts at work and I, therefore, have too. Late en slow mornings like today’s give me an intense sense of failure, even though I got quite a lot done today. So let’s focus on what I got done shall we?

First of all, and most importantly, I finished my Weekender sweater! Technically, I still have a few ends to weave in, but it’s off the needles and I’m LOVING it. I can’t wait to block it and shoot photos of it!

Then I reviewed (and re-planned, let’s be honest) some bizz plans like shop updates and pattern releases. There’s a new sweater KAL on the way, by the way, which will kick of somewhere in December. So if you’re interested in that kinda stuff, sign up for my newsletter.

I lunched with leftovers from yesterday’s healthy dinner, which was yummy, and spent pretty much the rest of the day text editing. I baked banana bread for dinner (haha) and checked my finances, and that was it for today! Now I’m off to my bed that’s literally calling out to me, I swear.

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