Winter doldrums: I has dem. Can churning out mitts by the pound be the cure? Let’s find out.
Completed: The pair in that weird shade of dark olive brown Patons Classic Wool Merino. This yarn had been in my stash since ??? I do not remember buying it. I’m guessing it was one of . . . → Read More: Mitt-Tastic
Winter brings a lot of challenges to those of us living in northern latitudes. But for bloggers, winter brings the particular challenge of managing to take your pictures during the few short hours of available daylight. This is no small problem: flash photography makes things look very sad.
This has been a challenging week . . . → Read More: Oh, Winter
To begin the week, Walnut came down with a case of fleas. Luckily I managed to get him a flea bath before he spread them to the rest of the family.
(With much regret, I adopted Bellaboosh out to another family in town. The house was getting way too crowded.)
That night, Miles was outside stargazing in the snow, when suddenly a sort of wibbly-wobbly thing appeared in the sky above him. Continue reading…
Sorry, I ran out of time this week. Sims Sunday will be posted on Monday instead.
If you guessed that I had been knitting more fingerless mitts, you were right. Each pair takes about 55 grams of Cascade 220 or Patons Classic Wool, which is a great use for partial skeins. I can knock out one mitt a night, if I have enough time, and I pace myself right.
Dark . . . → Read More: Did You Guess?