Thank you for being so kind and looking at something other than knitting. For that, you have earned an update on the two knitting projects
making a bit more progress
having finished up two of the six skeins (or is it eight?). Any way – there are six charts for each side with me being a few rows into the fifth chart.
Today just felt to warm for a lap full of wool, but I have started the V Neck and the trees are looking rather nice with the color changes in the yarn.
I have calculated needing about 22 cm above the arms and am closing in on 10 cm.
and then there is the splurge on iTunes. The purchasing rules have changed again – with you actually have to be physically located in the country from which you are purchasing. Yes, I have a US credit card, but don’t live there. End result is that now have a number of books to synch that I am here in SF.
Finished Snow Fall at Hidden Lake – Susan Wiggs which is not too bad even if the main character spends entirely too much time being a Mary Sue. No one who achieves significant career accomplishments is that shallow or idiotic.
Which moved me along to Meg Gardiner’s The Dirty Secrets Club. Nothing like being in the city where a book is set.
Starting the journey home in the morning…..
Ah well, so I just caught up on all this knitting, books, travel etc. I like the Scheherezade myself – am playing with something similar. If your eldest does not want it then you get to keep it for yourself?
Margaret is in the middle of the Princess shawl…now if you really want a challenge that would be more like it. I am tired of trying to decipher the instructions for her but it looks good.
Heading for a real heat wave here – will it ever be cold enough to need knitting again? The bookshelves are almost full – mostly double stacked at that. Dad and I think it looks good but not everyone would agree.