A question yesterday about floats:
I do have a question about floats – there are some pretty substantial floats on Frida. Is there a maximum # that you consider? I just floated 27 stitches on Kongsberg and it made me nervous, but it puckered if I tried catching it.
I think the longest float on Frida is (cough, cough) 32 stitches. That’s a heckuva distance, but if you’re careful, you can do it successfully.
Here’s Frida with her neck steeks cut, by the way.
That’s what I’m naming my new car. She’s actually silver, so “Blanche” is not too appropriate (as suggested in my comments yesterday). My last car was simply “Miss Honda.”
Miss Honda went to a loving home, by the way. I wouldn’t let her go live with just anybody.
What’s that? You think I’m strange?
Sorta reminds you of Friday’s entry, huh? That one was domestic cat eyes. This is big cat eyes.
Lucy says, “Huh. Call those cat’s eyes?”
And While We’re Talking About Stuff I Made a Long time Ago
I thought I’d give you a better photo of the Yorkshire Dales gloves I made back in 1993. The picture that’s up on my knitting site was a scan of an old photo. This is better, ain’t it?