Once upon a time, there was a girl. This girl started a business, and a blog to chronicle her adventures. The business got a Big Client, and this girl was very busy fulfilling orders. And blogging occasionally.
Then one day, the orders were finished and the girl said, “Well, that felt like an assembly line. That wasn’t fun at all.” Coincidentally at the same time, the Big Client went on maternity leave and was never heard from again.
Or something like that.
So here we are, a few months later, and I am not where I thought I would be at all. I am in a new role at my “real” job (which is a great thing), and Greenberry Street is essentially out of business.
Sort of. But that is a story for another post.
But, the crafter in me isn’t finished, just because I’m not cranking out orders for customers anymore. A few weeks ago, I saw a Facebook post from an organization I follow, Craft Hope. Basically, they are like a big charity crafting group, who chooses a new charity (or Project, as they call it) every so often. And this time, their Project is a group called “We Are Kenya.”
I was so stinkin’ excited, I started making some of all the items they asked for. (Because if you didn’t know, I am a jack of all crafts, master of none. And, I spent time in Kenya in 2012–slight recap here). So, in the past four days, my life looks something like this:
One and a half-hats knitted, another one earmarked for giving, yarn and patterns for at least three more, plus the cutest little felt bear you ever saw. I have quite a stack of felt, and those are going to be SO quick–we’ll see how many of them I can finish before the deadline. (The twin-sized quilts had already been spoken for, or that would be on here, too!)
So, all I can say is Greenberry Street (the shop) is on hiatus for the time being, but the crafting certainly isn’t!