It feels like Spring is finally on our doorstep - Hooray!
It is so wonderful to not only see the sun again, but to feel that it is slowly gaining in strength.
This week I have only half of the projects from last week to show you because I have had to decide which are more important to finish off right now and to concentrate on those first.
Jas has her ball in a week and a half time which means I am knitting like crazy to get to the end of her bolero. I do hope I will make it in time. I am coming to the end of the first front side and then will get right on with the next side in an attempt to finish before the weekend!
When I need a change of scenery I am continuing on the pet bed I am crochetting for my cats. I am on the side of the bed now and am quickly running out of feltable wool and think I may need to order some more before I am finished with the project!
Due to this flurry of knitting I am coming short on time to finish my sock pattern for the upcoming KAL and it looks like it will have to start a fortnight later than originally planned, which I feel is better that way as I don't want to rush through finishing the pattern without having the extra bit of time to be sure the pattern is also correct! :)
Reading wise: I have now finished Allegiant and have started reading The 100 Year Old Man who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared
I am also still busy with Why Cleaning has Meaning and am enjoying the title so far.
What are you busy reading?
And for this week's awesome news:
I am in my second year of my Beekeeper course and was wondering if I should postpone this years course until next year when I once again have enough time on my hands to start in earnest. Last week Thursday I asked the Universe to send me a sign as to which way I should go - finish the course this year or wait for 2015. Blow me down, as I got to work the first thing I got asked by a colleague of mine is if I wanted to have 2 beehives! What are the odds of that happening? Needless to say I have now continued my studies this year :)
Aren't the hives cute? They need a little work, but they are fully equipped with wax, varroa sheets.....everything I need, so I am actually ready for my own swarm of bees ;)
Don't forget to enter yourself to win the amazing online Sewing Course taking place here on the blog, you only have a couple of days left - Winner will be announced on 26th March 2014.
See you soon.
I will be sharing this post with my usual Wednesday friends :)