In answer to Karen B.’s comments question.
The top of the sleeve extends to make a mock turtleneck collar. Cool, no?
I did attempt to try on my three-quarters of a sweater yesterday – yeah, that doesn’t work so good. But I did get the impression that I’m really going to like this sweater, assuming it ever gets cold enough here to wear it.
So . . . the second sleeve. Here it is.
Sorta like a deja vu from a week ago, eh?
Well, when I finish this sweater, I hereby swear to myself that I will finish my poor little qiviut scarf. But maybe not right away. I’ve got another fun little project I need to whip out. Soon as the yarn gets here, that is.
Hey, guess what else I’ve been doing?
This is a wool/mohair that’s been sitting on my wheel since May. I bought it the Maryland Sheep & Wool Festival last May from Tintagel Farm. I’ve got 12 ounces of it. I started spinning it mid-May. My goal is to have it spun up by the end of the month.
Yuh-huh. We’ll see.
Hoo-ya, it’s a full moon. Evidenced by the incredible number of things that went wrong today, and the stupidity of our IT department in their bumbling Three-Stooges-esque way of reacting.
Hope Lucy doesn’t decide to howl by the light of said full moon.
Though I wouldn’t blame her. I’m sitting here putting this music onto Neville the iPod nano:
Lucy is sitting under her lamp, trying to ignore me. But when I started singing along with the Small Faces “Lazy Sunday,” she gave me this look:
Aw, come on. My singing ain’t that bad, is it?