These are a few of my favourite things.
Fountain pen. I love my red Lamy fountain pen, I've been using it to write in my journal. We used to have to use a fountain pen for a time at school and I got used to using one, however, after leaving school it was many years before I picked one up to use again. Consequently, when using one now, my writing is rather messy. I do wish I could write neater with it.
Knitting magazine. I was given this back issue from October 2016 when I visited the Spring Into Wool yarn festival. It's a magazine I haven't read before but I'm rather impressed by it. It contains some good articles, which I've found interesting, along with a great number of patterns.
Kindle. I wasn't convinced that I'd get along with a Kindle, how wrong I was. I do enjoy having a 'proper' book in my hands when reading, however, I wouldn't be without my Kindle now. It was a gift from Mick for Christmas 2014 and it comes in so handy when I have bouts of sleepless nights, as I'm having at the moment. As the Kindle is lit, it means that I can read without turning on the light and disturbing Mick.
Giddy Knits podcast. This is my favourite podcast at the moment. Helen lives in Surrey with her husband and two young boys and she shares what's on her needles as well as projects she's recently finished. At the moment she's gearing up to host the Summer Stripe Along, a craft along for knitters, crocheters, spinners, weavers, sewers, etc. It promises to be lots of fun with a host of entertaining events taking place in the Ravelry group. I'm sure I'll be joining in along the way.
Evening walks. I'm not one to spend a lot of time outdoors during the winter months but once spring's here, along with the lighter evenings and warmer weather, I love going out for a stroll after tea. We've had some gorgeous evenings just lately and we've certainly taken advantage of them getting out when we can. Archie loves having a change of scenery on his walks too.
What favourites do you have this month? How about joining me and writing a post about them?