It is taking me longer than I thought to rebuild my list of “blogs to read” since switching computers. So naturally I lost a fair amount of time this evening catching up on what a few of you are doing.
The second sleeves have it. I did not have the patience tonight to start which means that it is not going to happen till this weekend as I am off to another conference tomorrow evening. Doing the sleeve facing on the train is just more than I want to tackle.
As I mentioned, the first Wyvern is done.
and the detail looks like this
Since the second sock is past the toe and on the foot, the minimum I should be able to do is finish it up on the trip. I am also taking along one of the Chamelon Colorworks socks as well as the most recent BMFA I have since cuffed socks are kind of cute. Five socks in two days is out of the question, but at least I will have choices.
Just a little more accomplished on the Indigo Singles.
Partway through disk 7 of Fluke, heard all four of McNally’s Bluff. Finished Orchid Blues and started Orchid Blood in the studio. That leaves me with Short Straw (also Stuart Woods) on the last player I heard most of the first part and realized that I have either read it or heard it before. I really need to start archiving things better!
I am contemplating queuing a couple of JD Robbs. This only leaves me out of paperbacks for the train trip. Go figure.
I swear time must do different things in Germany. You manage to get so much done!
Your red sock looks fantastic.
Spinning looks lovely! I adore the way that colour spins up.
I’m on the second sleeve of the kauni as well. I swear it is taking far longer to knit than the first sleeve.
I hope you have a good trip.