Yeah, the yarn was for Ugg Baby Booties. Though I did like the suggestion that I was knitting another Lucy. It wasn’t until after I received the yarn that I realized the colors are “her.”
The pattern is available, free, here.
And here are mine:
An extremely quick, easy, fun project. I knitted one bootie while watching creepy movies on TCM last night, and started the other one during the morning commute, completing it during my lunch break today.
Must . . . resist temptation . . . to put . . . Ugg booties . . . on Lucy . . .
You know I want to. But I’m not sure that Lucy would tolerate such silly behavior on my part, and more importantly, these booties are a gift for a baby, so I am not going to send off a gift that has been worn by a cat! Even if that cat is Lucy.
Ribbed Sweater, Again
Thanks for all the very nice comments about the ribbed sweater! I love it so much I’m noodling with the idea of another one — perhaps in a dramatically different yarn. Hmmmmmm . . .
Yeah, yeah, I knew that you wanted to see the neck — just didn’t get to it last night. As the King of All Remote Controls was not available and Lucy is decidedly unhandy with a camera (she always jiggles it when attempting to take a picture), here is a photo of it without a human in it.
My yarn for Torino is on its merry way to me. Where does it fit in the line-up? I’m not sure. I’ve got something planned for the beginning of November. Maybe I’ll make Torino after that.
I liked Snow’s idea of calling an Olympic knitting event a Lympalong. Heh!
Now if you’ll excuse me, I have a cake to check on. Why, yes, it does involve chocolate!
Oh, one last thing. Can anyone guess what this will become?