It’s that time of year again, Knit Crochet Blog Week. Frankly, I am finding it difficult to be inspired by the topics. I am also very pushed for time as I am back at school now, albeit self-teaching. Let’s give it a crack though, nothing ventured and all that… one has to make an effort sometimes.
KCBWDAY1 The House Cup.
A bit like Harry Potter, but not quite, this year’s Knitting & Crochet Blog Week is split into 4 houses. Don your favourite knitted or crocheted hat and let it guide you to which house you will be in.
The House of Bee: Bees are busy and industrious, but can flit from one interesting project to the next as bright and shiny things capture their interest.
The House of Manatee: Manatees are gentle, calm and cuddly. Relaxed and unflashy they represent the comfort and soft side of knitting and crochet.
The House of Monkey: Intelligent and with a fun loving side, Monkeys like to be challenged with every project presenting them with something new and interesting.
The House of Peacock: Peacocks take something good and make it brilliant. Buttons, embellishments and a bit of sparkle prove that perfection lies in the details – like a Peacock’s Tail.
So choose your house. You may be a combination of more than one of these noble beasts, but think about which house best embodies your qualities and declare your place. You can use one of the graphics above to display your house crest, if you like (though this is totally optional).
You could of course decide that you are so unlike any of these creatures in your style of crafting that you set up a rival faction and adopt your own house, though whether you get invited to the end of term disco remains to be seen, you rebel.
Looking at Eskimimi’s specs, I have to declare myself on the fence. Very much so. Am I a Monkey or am I a Bee?
Can you tell me, maybe? Please leave your comments, you should know my habits well enough by now
I think I am a hybrid. Hey, hey… I’m a Monk-ee!
I must be Mike, the one with the woolly hat. I have a lot of woolly hats. And scarves. And socks.