Time is short at the moment my friends - I apologise for the slight slackness you may have noticed around here on The Craft Sessions blog. I will be back soon - this week is crazy crazy busy with my smallest person turning three and the event only being a week away.
Anyway - so this post is perfect today, as it means I don't have to roam around my hard drive looking for images. All the images today are provided by the lovely subject of today's post Karen Templer. Thank you Karen.
Karen runs a newish blog called Fringe Association and I would go so far as to say that it is possibly my favourite knitting blog. She blogs each working day of the week - which I find so impressive - but then, she is an impressive woman. She learnt to knit around two years ago and has really thrown herself into it. I can see that it is a case of true love. And I understand that love.
Back to her blog though - what makes Fringe Association different is the content Karen provides. Useful intelligent content such as her "Knit the look" posts where she matches a photo of someone looking spiffy in their knits with a similar pattern and some yarn. I love them. She has great style, gorgeous photos, offers free patterns and great advice on how to get started. Karen's "Elsewhere" posts have wonderful links to resources and inspiration around the web. Super useful and always interesting and beautiful. There is not a nana knit in sight.
She also runs one of the prettiest knitting notions shops I have ever seen called the Fringe Supply Co. How insanely gorgeous are her tool pouches - YUM! And the baskets and the needle size ruler thing and the bento bags and....
Go check her site out. You won't regret it. You may even come back and leave a comment on this post telling me how clever I am for pointing her out. Or not. Entirely up to you.
See you next week when I will be back with some more regular posting.