If I thought August was challenging to my creativity, September decided to add extra spice! I'd hoped to send this earlier but on Friday, when I planned to write this newsletter, our power was cut to allow for storm clean-up.
Where I live in the lower Hudson Valley, the devastation and destruction both Henri and Ida wrought is immense. Some were spared direct impact and many others were not. I am one of the very lucky ones.
If you need assistance, please search out sources of reliable information, such as at ny.gov or Congressman Bowman.
we continue to face challenges across the country, it's time (again) to
ask ourselves: "Are we prepared?" This question isn't tongue-in-cheek
asking if you have enough yarn or patterns to make it through a storm;
do you have a disaster preparedness plan?
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I'm still trying to finish a few designs that that focus on enjoyment of working knit and crochet stitches, without stressing over careful following of instructions for a specific size or shape. These are the type of projects I enjoy while listening to audiobooks or watching TV. I don't have release dates scheduled yet, but I hope very soon.