More what? More wonderful prizes posted on the Critter Knitters Knit-a-thon Prize page.
And there’s still more on the way. The outpouring of generosity that we’ve experienced so far on this project is overwhelming. All you blanket knitters out there — there are some wonderful prizes to be won!
A question in the comments yesterday:
Excitement seems to be building for the Ingeborg project. Are you going to conduct some sort of “roll call” to see just how many folks are knitting along?
Well sure, if you’d like! We’re gonna start the first half of May, so toward the end of April I’ll ask anyone who wants to stand up and be counted to do so. And I’d be happy to host an Ingeborg page with the “roll call” and with photos for those who are knitting along who don’t have blogs.
Too Much! Not Enough!
Once again I’m plagued by that all-too-familiar problem of too much to do and not enough time to do it in. But here I’m thinking specifically about knitting.
There are approximately one million and one things I really want to be knitting right now. and I keep buying yarn like I have time to have one million and one works in progress at any given time.
But I keep plugging away on my two works in progress. My Regia tweed sock:
The colorway is much nicer in person. Hard to get a good photo of this bad boy in artificial light.
And of course, Flora!
And again, so much prettier in person than in photos. Very subtle color shifts in the foreground colors. Lisa mentioned this in her blog entry yesterday, on her colorway of Flora, and the same is true of mine. This is one of those projects that I keep stopping to admire, just because the colors are so wonderful and go so well together.
Now tomorrow it’s supposed to be a “nice” day. I say this holding my breath and with fingers crossed. And I plan to be somewhere with Flora where I can get a good daytime photo in natural light.
Lucy’s gonna sleep on it.