I’ll set the scene: got the himalayan salt lamp on, lit candles, blanket over us, cuddled watching TV and could I sound any more pretentious? Oh yeah, drinking our homemade infused vodka. There you go.
It’s a gloomy day in England. What possibly could perk everything up other than trying our pineapple Infused Vodka? Spoiler; nothing else could do the job.
And the verdict I hear you cry! It’s guilty of making me tipsy while I’m trying to write this post, for number one, and number two it tastes wonderful! A big win here. Means we can make a lot more, experiment with flavours, and give them out at Christmas! Not to random people obviously, that’ll be too weird even for me.
Hi, my names Emily (Hi Emily) and I’m not a consistent knitter. Woah, glad to get that off my chest. Behind the scenes of my blog I do projects which I haven’t shared. Obviously people don’t do things just to show them to the world, and this is one said project.. Even though I have now decided to share it.. I started this blanket maybe about less than a year ago, and I go back to it on and off. I’m never a consistent knitter, I admit it, forgive me.
I’m no expert in knitting, I don’t claim to be and I don’t aim to be. I really enjoy it and that’s the end. I’m a fidget, I’m anxious most of the time, I like making things, and I like a blanket. That’s my thought process.
I went back to knitting a little while ago and made some ugly things to get used to it again, but this was my attempt at making something nice. It’s definitely not finished yet – to be honest its finished when I say it’s finished, there’s no plan – but the process is a nice, relaxed one. I buy random wool from charity shops, and I add it on. That being said I would like to get it done by the winter, but I’m not putting that pressure on myself.
Can you be pumped for a knitted blanket?! I certainly am. Epitome of wild here. Anyway, thanks for reading and have a wonderful day!