Okay, this morning Lucy was happily asleep on the couch. She had one little paw over her eyes and was completely relaxed.
Then I picked her up, stuffed her in her carrier, and took her to the vet for her annual check-up. Anyone want to imagine how un-amused she was?
Fortunately, by afternoon she had forgiven me my transgressions and consented to lie in my lap again.
And the vet gave her a clean bill of health.
Marie posted the second of her Knitcast series on the Knitcast blog this morning. Go check it out. Check it out, that is, if you wish to hear Marie’s interview with yours truly.
And thank you to those of you who have listened to it and have commented on my big news! Well, it’s big news for me, anyhow.
I love Monday holidays. Today, apart from tormenting poor Lucy, I plied my targhee singles, thusly:
And the beautiful rovings from yesterday? I spun some of each of them, and plied them into this:
The rovings were purchased from an eBay seller: “spinner115.” She has lovely rovings, and these were a dream to spin.
After that, I did my taxes and filed them electronically.
Then, I finished the neckband on Kinsale.
I’ve picked up the stitches for the first sleeve, and have started knitting it, just barely. I’m knitting down from the top, as I mentioned I might last week.
What? I have to go to work tomorrow? Rats.
But tomorrow night I’m teaching an “Introduction to Cable Knitting” class at Knit Happens, so that should be fun.
Speaking of Knit Happens — check out Kristine’s blog. She’s starting a knit-along for the pretty little mohair sweater in Rebecca 29 that she and I have both blogged about. I’m in, though I’ll be starting later than the March 1 start date, as I want to finish Kinsale first.