...and thank goodness this week is over. The week after my 2-week Christmas vacation is always the world's longest week!
This morning's sunrise was more pastel than normal.
What was really interesting is that it was relatively clear at my house, but extremely foggy less than 2 miles away.
I started a new project last night, the Rockefeller shawl by Stephen West [Ravelry]. As I explained to the Husband, the Cousteau hat [Ravelry] I'm making for him will look great when it's done, but knitting it is kind of boring (K3 P2 for 9 inches!!). I'll swap between it and the Rockefeller shawl.
Up this weekend: Spin-In is tomorrow...yay! I had to miss December's and I really looking forward to seeing everyone again. I think I'm going to spin a Ranch of the Oaks purchase from Stitches West 2013. I just need to find it in the stash.
Other than that, no major plans. There's still plenty of stitching to do on the mermaid and there are many other UFOs to choose from!
Leave a comment on my 1/6/14 post by Midnight PST, Monday 1/20/14.
We'll draw the winner's name out of a hat on Tuesday, 1/21/14.
The prize: 1 skein of Socks That Rock Lightweight in Fleur de couleur.
...and a finished object. I decided to do an art yarn for Ravellenics after all. This is Peacock Shades handspun [ Ravelry ]: and the...
...not a lot of progress is happening right now. And it's started raining again, so not outside photo shoots until that stops. All I r...
...first one for September. Things are winding down in the garden. Our cherry tomato plant is in peak production mode. The abutilon i...
...and the weekend report. In a nutshell, the weekend was catch-up chores and a little bit of weaving. There was so much catch-up to do! W...