Once again I had some free time and so I created a Simon’s Cat set of stickers. Anyone who has ever had a cat has lived with Simon’s Cat at some point in the furballs life. I had help from my rotten furballs, so if images are somewhat tilted, it’s because they had a paw in it. I hope you like them. Feel free to share them with friend, but please don’t sell them. They are for personal use only.
I love knitting. And there are some pretty awesome planner stickers for knitting. Me being me, I had to create a set for myself. I hope you like them. Feel free to share them with friend, but please don’t sell them. They are for personal use only.
Since I couldn’t find any Happy Planner Sticker for Thanksgiving that excited me, I made my own. I hope you like them. Feel free to share them with friend, but please don’t sell them. They are for personal use only. Gobble! Gobble!
I was inspired by Victoria Thatcher and her wonderful Happy Planner Stickers. So I made some in not quite as good, but not bad. For the Love of Jeff Dunham an the little guys in the box here are Jeff Dunham Happy Planner Stickers
Please don’t sell and if you share, share a link to this post.
First … DON’T PANIC. Getting started with Happy Planner (HP from now on) and planner journals can be overwhelming. Take a deep breath, have a piece of chocolate and plunge on.
I’ve never been able to keep a planner for more than, say a, month. But as the husband & I are traveling more, I needed to keep a calendar. I have my iPhone, but honestly that is so … calendar. My HP is more of a scrapbook than just a calendar. Or a picture journal with places for appointments. Either way, it’s fun and I hopefully will be able to keep it going. I’ll check back in a couple of months.
When I joined in the Jimmy Beans Wool (JBW) Semi-Precious Tosh Shawl Mystery Knit-a-Longs (MKAL) the pattern used what the designer is calling a Quilted Stitch. I’ve also seen it called a Diamond Stitch or an Open Diamond Stitch. I found it somewhat confusing at first.
I was asked how I learned the stitch. I thought this might help someone else.
The written abbreviations for the quilted stitches are t1r and t1l (twist one to the right, and twist one to the left). This is how you do a t1r and t1l and how to do a complete repeat of the pattern.