it’s our 1st wedding anniversary!


Can’t believe it’s already been a year!  Seems like the time’s flown by.  At the same time it also feels like we’ve been married forever.  Weird.


I also loved that Izumi wrap I made, but I haven’t worn it since!  It’s staying safe and folded in a box, even though it would make a great scarf!

If all goes as planned I’m taking my husband out to eat at our favorite restaurant tonight and I’ve got some paper stuff I’ve made for him as well.  I’m excited!

Well that’s all for now.  Thanks for stopping by!  Back to our regularly scheduled program next time!

finally, wedding pictures!

I got married on October 17th and we have our pictures back!  I wanted to share just a few here.



My cousin took this one.


We had a variety of pies and mulled cider instead of cake and punch.


The dress belonged to my mom. We didn’t alter it much; the biggest change was taking the long sleeves off.

And remember when I was talking about crocheting a wrap for the wedding?  Here it is:




It’s kinda hard to see the ends, but you get the idea.  The pattern is the Izumi wrap and it worked up surprisingly quickly.  I used 1255 yards of DyeForWool’s Merino/BabyCamel (sock weight) in the colorway Burning Fuchsia.  I’m totally gonna wear it again for formal functions or even as a scarf.

Well, that’s all for today.  I’m so excited to share these photos with you!  See you again soon!

I’m getting married today!

I wrote this in advance, of course, but I wanted to let you guys know what’s going on!

My fiancé Chris and I are getting married at 1:00!  I’m so excited!  My maid of honor is Chris’ sister (whose name is also Hannah) and his best man is his best friend Jamie.  That’s all the attendants, so we’re trying to keep things as easy as possible!  We’ll sing a hymn during the service and some of my favorite organ pieces will be played (my dad is even going to play the hymn), but for the most part it’ll be short and sweet.

The reception will be at a large, beautiful home in the area, and we’re having mulled cider and pies instead of the traditional cake and punch, which I think is going to be great!

For our honeymoon we were going to go to Charleston, but as some of you may know, there has been some bad flooding there as well as here in Columbia over the past week and a half (we were very, very lucky to have power and running water the whole time and that our house stayed dry), so we’re trying to scramble and re-do our plans — I think we’re going to Asheville, NC instead, which should be beautiful this time of year!

I’m taking off work from the 15th through the 28th (I’ve saved up a lot of vacation hours!) and therefore I probably won’t be posting much during that time.  I do have some things I’ve made already but haven’t had time to photograph and post about (or even block, because we’re under a boil water advisory still and I don’t want to use gross water on my newly made items!), so there should be plenty of things to share when we get back, including pictures (when we get them)!

Thanks for all your well wishes, and I’ll be back soon!  Thanks for stopping by!


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