The rabies-addled bat hasn’t been seen since yesterday morning, so it’s presumed dead. I feel safe in leaving the house to tend to the chickens without my self-defense shovel in hand.
The dental appointment went alright, although the tooth and surrounding gums are still a bit tender. The dentist suggested I chew on the . . . → Read More: New Week; Fresh Start. (And Selbu Mittens Completed!)
I had this whole post planned, explaining about the latest problem with Those Damned Selbuvotter Mittens. (I blocked them and everything, and THEN I discovered that I had dropped a stitch on the thumb.)
But then all my worries were interrupted by RABIES. That’s right: rabies.
When you live in the country, you . . . → Read More: Let’s Talk About Ra-a-bies! Let’s Talk About You And Me!
I am trying not to FREAK OUT at how slowly the knitting is going on these.
The deadline is fast approaching. And I won’t be able to work on them this weekend, because I’m sitting in on a table at a crafts fair here in Mount Vernon. (We’ll be in front of the Tattered . . . → Read More: Super-Slow Selbuvotter Mittens
Oh well – at least I was able to tackle putting the thumb stitches on waste thread, casting over to cover the gap, and – my least favorite part of all – knitting into those cast-on stitches. So bothersome!
It’s all smooth sailing for a little while longer… until I circle back to those . . . → Read More: All The Knitting I Managed Last Night
I finally looked up the due date for the Skagit County Fair Open Class Needlework Division: August 7.
Let’s see, I’ve been working on this project for 12 days. I have 22 days left (you have to build in a few days for blocking and drying at the end). Here’s how far I . . . → Read More: Get That Selbuvotter Mitten Going!