I have met so many amazing people by being a part of this community of people from Ravelry who blog. I'm so inspired by every single one of blogs that I follow and I'm glad that you all work so hard to share your amazing work via blog. I truly look forward to getting to know you all better, and please continue producing such wonderful posts, I'll certainly continue to read them!
There are a few bloggers who I have been getting to know for several months now and who have really inspired me in my own fiber and blogging adventures. I really hope that you will get a chance to get to know them too:
Lisa from Wicked Artsy: I met Lisa through the Ravelry board, Random Acts of Kindness and we have been pen pals for a year now. She is a knitter and spinner just like me and produces creative fiber projects while being a full time student. I cannot even begin to say how amazing Lisa is, she is a budding artist, dedicated volunteer (some of you may have even contributed to her work for Relay For Life by buying her handmade stitch markers), and an amazing friend.
Andi from My Sister's Knitter: I've also been following Andi's blog for several months. Andi is a enormously kind knitter with amazing taste in yarn (seriously, check out her blog). She is also a wonderful photographer, every project update is a treat, especially when combined with the colors of yarn she picks out for her projects.
Sara from A Year at the Wheel: I've been following Sara ever since she started her blog in January and am pretty much convenced that we are the same person considering we like the same TV shows, video games, and so on. Sara is a very talented spinner and also knits. She somehow finds the time to update daily and it is such a treat to see what projects she is working on each day.
Evelyn from Project: Stash: Last but certainly not least, Evelyn is a constant inspiration to me, and is also incredibly kind (she is currently hosting a KAL for a great cause). Her blog is mostly focused on her beautiful knitting projects and frequent pictures of yarn from her stash. I would jump at the chance to go yarn shopping with her because she has such an eye for matching yarn with the perfect pattern and has great taste in color.
Also, to make up for a largely picture-less post, I want to share my progress on my scrap blanket. It continues to grow dramatically every day even when I only have a few minutes to work on it each day and I feel so productive using up all of my scraps!
Here are the scraps I have left to knit up, I've still got a ways to go: