How exactly did it get to be October, anyway? It seems like it was just May . . .
I sucked it up last night and with the help of Turner Classic Movies, finished the front of Skye. I love the movie Bell, Book, and Candle, and it made good knitting viewing. I’ve seen it enough so that I don’t have to play extremely close attention, but it holds my interest enough so that I was distracted from the boredom of stockinette stitch.
What are your favorite movies to knit by? Inquiring minds want to know!
I know what I don’t like to knit to — foreign movies with subtitles. It’s hard to read and knit if you are knitting anything other than mindless stuff. It’s funny — I can read a book and knit fairly complicated stuff, but I am unable to read movie subtitles and knit effectively.
Anyhow, on this morning’s commute, I started a sleeve. Here’s the progress for two train rides and a lunch break:
And by the way? I ordered the pattern book for Dale of Norway’s Torino sweater today, from Bea Ellis.
Forget What I Said Yesterday
Cats so do not make good editors. Lucy’s idea of helpful edits:
I told her (very tactfully, I thought) that this sort of review was unhelpful. Well, she took umbrage and is now sitting under her lamp.