I spent last night knitting in bed while listening to a podcast accompanied by gentle, persistent rain. This alpaca yarn smells so good! Now that the fingers are made I’m zipping along on the main hand section.
Josh took me shopping in the Song Shang District last night. I did not bring enough socks with me so stocked up. Check out my Gudetama socks!
That lazy little egg cracks me up. There were lots of interesting clothes.
As a costume designer I’d certainly say fashion is important in life! Furthermore, I think it can be incredibly empowering.
We also visited the Puppetry Art Center of Taipei.
Their displays were excellent and they even had shadow puppets.
Hopefully, I will be lining up a puppet gig soon. I am completely enthralled.
Taiwan gets chilly in the winter so I figured a good first project would be a new pair of Knucks. I’ve made this pattern many times and highly recommend it. Knucks make great gifts but these ones will be for me. For the yarn I’m going with this beautiful hand dyed skein from Foothills Yarn & Fiber in their Peacock colorway. It’s currently rainy and cold so the alpaca yarn will keep my fingers toasty. It feels so good to be knitting again!
Gluten free baking here has been a challenge but I’m determined to make it happen. My latest cinnamon raisin bread turned out delicious. I used a combination of white rice, brown rice and tapioca flours.
I’m living a new life so it’s time for a new blog. I envision this will be a place for sewing, knitting and gluten free cooking. Plus I’m in the midst of writing a book! Formosa Moon due out in 2018 by Things Asian Press.