Calendar update and suggestions

I've had a few people ask me if I'm putting out calendars this year, and like every other year I want to say yes, I want to keep the tradition going, but I'm just not sure I can do it. I'm tired from growing a person inside me and chasing a toddler around and have very little time to make things...much less make things where I don't feel the pressure for those things to be awesome-every-time.

If you want to wait and see if I get my act together (I actually have several months finished, but who knows about the rest!), cool and thank you! If not, I've got a few examples of calendars that may be of interest based on our style and content. For you knot lovers: Katherine Codega's tea towel calendar of knots. 

Katherine Codega tea towel calendar here, found on jake. (and what a fantastic eye he has!)

For the seasonal veggie fan, I'd suggest Claudia Pearson's Buy Local Calendar. Though this calendar isn't in line with our own style, I love Sarah Coyne's Nature Calendar, filled with all sorts of New England beauty!

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