*This post may contain affiliate links* Save this pattern to your Raverly cue It's October! Which means a whole year has passed since I started this blog! How crazy fast time goes by! And I'm mostly proud of the fact that I kept with it, it's grown and I've learned a lot through it. To [...]
I love how hairbands are a quick, easy project that you will be wearing all the time. They are super cute and no matter if your hair is long or short, they can keep it in place when you are active, help with a bad hair day, or just to add a cute detail to your outfit. Once you start making hairbands, it's hard to stop!
This hat is knit in the round, if you have never knit in the round, I recommend using the magic loop technique. I specially like knitting in the round because there are no seams and therefore nothing to sew together, but it also gives it a cleaner look. Plus, with circular needles, your project always stays together, which works great for knitting on the run, if you like me find some knitting time in your commute.
Who says one can't have a Christmas tree in a one bedroom apartment?
I've found now that there are a lot of benefits of having a small tree rather than the traditional size. For once, it's really easy and fast to decorate. In a city where most people don't actually own cars, it's also a hassle to get a big tree from the market to your living room. A small tree fits neatly next to you in the subway. And of course there is the space issue. I wouldn't mind owning an artificial tree as it would definitely save us money, but with limited closet space one has to give priority to other things that won't stay in a box for 11 months of the year.
En una ciudad dónde un momento hace frío, al siguiente te ahogas de calor y en cualquier momento puede llover, es mejor venir preparada. Me he dado cuenta que lo mejor es llevar varias capas de ropa faciles de quitar y que sean lo suficientemente versátiles. Y así fue que nació este cardigan tan lindo, [...]