At the beginning of this summer, I asked myself a very important question:

“If I could do anything in life, what would be the ultimate, most fulfilling thing I could do?”

I already knew. I would start a knitting blog someday, when I was older. Older and less afraid.

Afraid of what, I’m not sure… That would people would say, “Oh, this blog is stupid?” Ha ha! My sis and I had a good laugh over that one!

Once I realized my fears were unfounded and even slightly ridiculous, I started a knitting blog. Not this one.

And a few weeks into it, I realized, that as much as I loved writing it, I wanted to take it further. I didn’t just want to write about my knitting projects and yarn I found.

I wanted to contributeĀ  to the knitting/crocheting/spinning/yarn/fiber world in my own way. I felt I had something to offer! So I recreated the name and purpose and here I am, writing THIS knitting blog.

I want to combine several of the things I love most in the world and create a blog/business/inspirational source…Well, here’s a list for you!

The purpose of this knitting blog and my business is:

-To Inspire you (with pretty pictures, amazing yarn and fiber projects I find online, etc)

-To Share awesome patterns and projects, to help you think outside the box and positively influence your creativity

-To Empower you to live a more fulfilled life with positive quotes and life lessons

-To Discuss life lessons learned through knitting and crocheting and spinning

-To Offer amazing, hand-painted yarn and roving and other knitty goodness, if I feel it adds benefit to the fiber world and your life.

-To Encourage you to create fearlessly, and not compare yourself to others. Just create what you love. (So important!!)

-In sum, to weave positivity with the yarn and fiber world! Two of my favorite things in life!!

I hope you enjoy reading my blog and that it brightens your day; that it makes your life better.

Welcome, as we take this journey together!

Chandi

P.S. Yes, that’s a picture of me, leaning over my hand-painted wool sock yarn, examining it in the Alaskan sun. šŸ™‚