ON THE NEEDLES
Here’s my current WIP for this week. This sock actually started out a really fiddly Celtic cable, but after about five rounds, I knew it was way over the top too fiddly to work on while visiting the Stuttgart grands, sent it to the frog pond and restarted, this time on Rachel Coopey’s Phloem, from Knitty Spring/Summer 2012. It’s also fairly fiddly but doesn’t require a cable needle, a definite plus when keeping company with a very curious and busy two year old.
The yarn is one I ran across while stash diving looking for a good take-along project for my Stuttgart visit. It’s Shibui 100% superwash merino, color 6001 and since I believe everything should have a real name, not just a number, I’m calling it Sand and Sky. Nice, I think.
BACK IN THE NEST
Bigmommy brought me back home this morning and as much fun as I had with the babies over the past few days, it sure is good to be back. Back where my chair is dented in all the right places, my pillow is always perfect and I know where the toilet paper is kept. Funny what things make homes homey, isn’t it?
THE CRISIS CONTINUES
The great washing machine crisis is now in its fifth day and I don’t mind telling you that the laundry has somehow learned to multiply and seems to be doubling itself by the hour. Really though, the new kid on the block is to be delivered and hooked up between three and five o’clock this afternoon. I’m thinking positive and have already separated darks from lights, delicates from heavy duty and hand knits get to solo. No unintentional felting allowed, zero, zip, zilch, none, not on my watch, nope.
Don’t forget to check out Tami Ami’s blog for more awesome WIPs.
It takes less time to do a thing right, than it does to explain why you did it wrong. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.