My Monet scarf is finished.
well I've finished knitting it
But it is not yet ready to wear.
I wonder what my style of uneven length of breaking off the yarn says about my personality - I'm sure there must be a quiz about such to reveal all..
Then it's going to be sitting and weaving in all the loose ends.
Perfect to sit and watch tv doing... we subscribed to Lightbox JUST so we can see Outlander...
BUT now we need a new tv so we can all watch it at the same time. I do not like the idea of all of us sitting in front of own laptop/Ipad all watching something different. So until I get my act together and buy a new Tv (long over due - as we need to wack the sides to stop it having horizontal lines) I am waiting to watch any more Outlander episodes (I've seen 2 so far on my laptop but that just seems so unsocial and I can't talk about what happened with other members of the family as they haven't seen what I have and at times there is a lot to see so I have to shut my eyes.)
OOh did you see Susan Branch is taking us all to Scotland and she loves Outlander too. This is my kinda travelling!
For now the Monet scarf is rolled up and sitting on the top pile of to do list.
Which is terribly hard as my new yarn has arrived - Sweet Georgia Wisteria. Isn't it yummy!
Gosh one just has to fall in love with the wool with such a fun label.
My new project will match my Monet scarf
Yes I'm going to learn to knit socks and use four needles at a time (doesn't that sound just soo HARD)
Abbey is designing me a sock pattern for someone who has never knitted socks before
Diane Keaton's memoir I've just started listening to on audio - but do need to borrow it also from the library so I can see all the family photos. So far I am enjoying it - it seems a very honest account of her life and her family.
“Choosing the freedom to be uninteresting never quite worked for me.”
Farm Stay Guests...
It's been beautiful and sunny - Ollie just loves finding the sun spots to sit in.
Linking up to Yarn Along.