It’s funny. Had you asked me 7 years ago if I’d still be writing patterns and blogging, I probably would have laughed at you. Heck, had you asked me two years ago (with the kid just around the corner) if I’d still be writing today, I’d be kinda skeptical. But, here we are- still cruising along.
I know that knitting is definitely one of those things that I will always do, in one way or another. It’s my favorite way to get my creative juices flowing. It lets me express myself and clothe my family (and myself). It gives me something to do with my hands while I’m binging the next Netflix show (by the way, Next in Fashion is a delight). It’s so much a part of me that I don’t know what I would do with myself if I (for some reason) was not able to knit.
But, I always thought that knitting would be “just” a hobby. Something I did for fun, on the weekends, and while waiting in boring meetings. I never thought it would become the thing that I defined my professional life by. It’s been a wild ride.
Anyway, thank you for following with me on this crazy 7-year-long project. It’s probably (definitely) the longest I’ve worked on a single thing, and while it’s nice to see the follows and the likes on my posts, the satisfaction I get from seeing my body of work is even better.
It’s been 7 years, I’ve written (almost) 900 posts, published 88 patterns (with a few more in the works), been featured in 25 collections, 1 magazine, and I’ve written my own sock book (which just got re-printed, by the way!). I’m not usually comfortable tooting my own horn, but after 7 years, well… Toot toot!