I’m feeling exceedingly dull lately (egads – I sound like Jane Austen!). Too much Masterpiece Theater lately. Even Maggie is hooked:
It seems like the most common exchange around our house lately is: Hubby, "What are you going to do today (tonight, tomorrow)?" Me, "Study". We were discussing who would be happier when I finish and we agreed it was a toss up. On the bright side, I finished one class. I read the book, attended the seminar, wrote the paper. It’s a Pass/Fail class, so as long as my paper is semi-coherent (and I’m pretty sure it is), there are no worries there. I also have finished three out of the four projects for my Early Childhood Education class. At the end of the month I will order my cap and gown and my parents are making their plane reservations this week. So . . . . I just need to keep my nose to the grindstone for just a little longer!
Since I had time away from the house the past two weeks, I took a quick little traveling project with me and finished it last weekend and blocked it today:
Although I couldn’t get picture of it, I had a lot of helping pinning this out. Maggie was right in the thick of things, which annoyed Kirby greatly. He obviously feels it’s his job to help block knitting. This is the Landscape Scarf by Evelyn Clark, yarn is Hazelknits in the Greenlake colorway, gifted to me by Kris of Sonny and Shear. Thanks Kris – now I have a neat scarf for St. Patrick’s Day.
Speaking of Sonny and Shear, I just received an order of Dream in Color Baby. Yum!!
This will be for a shawl, but I haven’t decided which one yet. I keep waffling. Please feel free to jump in with suggestions. So far the candidates are Landscape Shawl, Angel Lace Shawl or Field of Flowers, found here. Or perhaps a third Peacock Feathers? The possibilities are endless!