It was too cold from AC in the library to knit, my fingers hurt. After I got home from work, I have been watching my nephew Will playing with his Westie, Biscuit, and Belvedere. They are OK as long as nobody pets one and makes the other jealous. Then much barking ensues, with nobody using… Continue reading Still No Knitting
What did you expect, knitting? The shawlette looks much the same, just a little bigger. Green tomatoes that are not turning fast enough for me. I am going to have pesto with 'maters for dinner. This is the Aerogarden Heirloom Tomato. It has been bearing and bearing. It is about six months old. Most… Continue reading Maters!
To be, anyway. This is what I did with the Ruby Sapphire Luster Sock yarn that I posted about last time. The color is Kavita, I think. It is posing with the Early Girl tomato in the Tomato Success planter (with cage extension) from Gardener's Supply. The pattern is Simple Things.
We got Belvedere an elevated bed because he refuses to sleep in his cushy bed during the warm weather, This is a Coolaroo bed that has a nice open-weave fabric cover. He has used it once so far. He has to get used to new things. I got some yarn from a Ravelry destash… Continue reading Yarn and Belvedere
I could not resist getting mitt blockers when I found them somehow on the Web. After two attempts at socks with Knit Picks Stroll handpaint Tea Party sock yarn, I decided it wanted to be mitts. (So I could have something to pose on the blockers.) The pattern? Glorious Cabled Mitts … Continue reading Tea Party Mitts Time