Saturday, 18 October 2008

Project Update

What in the world am I working on now? Well, let's see...

I just started a scarf for DD#1 from green Woolease. I'm finishing up a pair of socks for myself (Really...they are for me. I am not going to give them away. Even though I'm pretty sure they would fit one of my daughters, I am going to hang onto these...uh huh...right.) Then there's the swatch/scarf of celtic/cabled patterns that I'm experimenting with to see what I'll end up using in baby blankets.

Now, for quilting, I have so many projects started that are over at Melissa's that I am not even going to count them (out of sight, out of mind) but I have a duvet that I am refashioning into a king-sized quilt at the top of my list of WIP.

Last week I finished up a baby blanket and matching hats which are pictured here.

That's just the abbreviated version of my To-Do List. I'm also reading about 5 books and studying medical terminology. But I made time for DD#1 today which we spent at Borders for coffee, Joanne's for cross stitch supplies, and then brunch at the IHOP. Now that I have ingested a few cups o'caffeine, I'm ready for an evening with my knitting.


I just discovered Knit Wars! Whist perusing the neverending list of blogs that I follow, I found a kinda/sorta role-playing game for those of us for whom knitting, crocheting, or spinning just needs even more addicting qualities. Stroll over to Lime & Violet's Daily Chum and check it out. I just registered as Wombat of Doom (who is really surprised at that?) and can't wait to get started.


Su2 said...

OK, let's try this again!

I love the blog, it looks great and I'm going to enjoy having you on my feeds list.

Now, come visit again please! It is just a couple of miles :D

Paul F. McDonald said...

Knit Wars! Wow. It's like World of Warcraft, only for knitters. Or how I imagined World of Warcraft to be, had I ever actually played it.