I need to do a better job sharing things that bring me joy. Hands down, Dana Williams-Johnson's website/blog Yards of Happiness is one of those things. I mean, really, she is all about things that spark joy. For her, those things include knitted sweaters.
To say she is a prolific knitter is a HUGE understatement. She cranks out sweaters faster than I eat holiday chocolate...which is pretty fast. Not only does she create beautiful sweaters for those of the human persuasion, she also creates tiny masterpieces for Jellybean, her dog. Most of the time these sweaters coordinate charmingly with her people sweaters and pictures are always included. In addition to great photos, she also includes the people sweater pattern names and tips, hints, pitfalls, strengths of the pattern and/or yarn choice she uses. It is a great launching point for sweater inspiration.
She is active on other platforms, as well, if you prefer or want a little more Jellybean in your life. She is an active contributor on the MDK website, sells enamel pins sporting her brand on Etsy and posts photos regularly on Instagram. I believe she also has a YouTube video podcast. And while most of her posts are full of joy and spark happiness, she is a dynamic person living a real life with important things to share and say. It is not all dog sweaters and great color combos, but there is a lot of that.
Bottom Line: If you like knitting and you like sweaters, this is a blog to keep on your radar. If you don't even care so much about sweaters but you share Dana's exuberance and outward joy, this is a blog to keep on your radar.