Knitting · Spinning · TAS

O Hai!

Hey there! I know I haven’t posted since Saturday and that Wednesday is usually for Whiskers on Wednesday. I just can’t bring myself to post another picture of the cats today. (I know heard some of you cheer. Cut that out.) Frankly, the cats have not been all that interesting lately. They’re officially buddies now, so they spend all night running off their kitty krazies by playing tag and wrestling and discussing the finer points of Quantum mechanics and then they spend all day sleeping. Doozer, being three times (literally!) Lolly’s size, is surprisingly gentle with her and she is surprisingly loud when she feels like she’s not getting the better of him. So, it all works out in the end.

So, here’s some random stuff  that’s happened since Saturday:

I finished a pair of socks, just in time for the freakish 90° weather of a Connecticut spring.

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I finished another dishrag for my TAS. I figure I’ll add a pretty soap dispenser or something to go with it. Voila! Housewarming gift completed.

[ravelry]

A friend of mine has learned to spin and this has inspired me to also get my first spinning project out. Well, that and the fact that I picked up a fleece at the CT Sheep & Wool festival. But that particular project is going to require me to fix/renovate/restore my Great Wheel. And then learn how to spin on it.

And now there’s BFL in my coffee.

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8 thoughts on “O Hai!

  1. WOW the socks are GEORGOUS. Good job!
    And I love the dishrags, the ILY hands are PERFECT. Have I said that before? Whatever, it bears repeating. :)

    And LOL on the coffee. Sorry, but it IS funny!

  2. Hey Jen-love the socks! I was wondering if you could plead with any of you readers to go check out Noah’s blog cartoon caption contest. He hasn’t had any response from his one loyal reader (his cousin) and I know he’d love at least someone to try it out. You’ll have to scroll down to find the contest: snaxandsoda.blogspot.com Thanks!

  3. What does BFL stand for? (I have figured out what it means, though…)

    Thanks for the pattern! Got it, and someday, I might even print it out….

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