Back in November I started work on a project that I know is going to take me quite some time to complete. I know I know, I am the queen of long term abandoned projects, but I don't think that will happen with this one. The pattern is the much loved Beekeeper's Quilt by Tiny Owl Knits which is made up of hundreds of small hexagonal puffs (dubbed hexipuffs) that are stuffed with fiberfill so they are all smooshy and skooshy. The beauty is that the yarn for the project is just leftover sock yarn scraps. Lets see if I can manage to use said scraps rather than letting the quilt be an excuse to just acquire more sock yarn, lol.
I really like the Beekeeper's Quilt because its a large project, but at the same time, you just work on it one puff at a time. In the words of two of my favorite podcasters, the Knitmore Girls, it's "potato chip knitting,": You can't just knit one.
Let me tell you, over the past few days I've found out just how addictive knitting these puffs up can be! I've made about 12 of them so far and did a good 8 of them in the past two days. I'm guessing I probably make one in about an hour, which isn't horrible, but not exactly quick either. That's ok, since the pattern is so easy to memorize and it is quite possibly the tiniest project to carry around ever; perfect to stuff in a purse and go!
Anyway, I'm off to knit some more hexipuffs and enjoy all this lovely weather we are having. Ta!