|Make Up Your Mind Tank by Julia Crawford|
Living in the northeast of the US gives me all four seasons. Okay, maybe we didn't have the coldest winter in history, but I did get to light the fireplace a few times in December. I'm a seasonal knitter because my mind and body is completely programmed to the seasons that I happily grew up with. I love to knit cold-weather accessories and sweaters in the fall and winter months, and I am just as excited to knit warm-weather knits as spring and summer approaches. In other words, knitting for me is a year-round joy, and I have definitely been found to knit a bulky-weight cowl or woolly hat while vacationing on the beach.
One thing is certain: my new-found love of baby knits will be a mainstay among my WIPs all through the year. The small size makes it easy to quickly adapt a winter cardigan to a light-weight yarn for the summer baby and vice versa. I recently got this cutie off the needles and am itching to cast on another in some nice cotton. I'll be stash diving this weekend to see what I can find -- fear not, I know I have something nice that will work!