My current work in progress:

1. Woodfords, designed by Elizabeth Doherty, knit from Madelinetosh Merino Light in the "paper" colorway on U.S. size 3, 5, and 7 needles.
2. Myriad stealth projects.

No Time to Blog

Because we are busy here. Lucy is busy napping:

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See?

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It’s a tough job!

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But someone has to do it.

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Me? I’m knitting on Keelan.

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I’ll be back tomorrow or Tuesday.

Comments

  1. Keelan is coming along beautifully. I can tell all that hard work is really tiring Lucy out though.

  2. Lucy looks really chilled out :-) Keelan is coming along nicely.

  3. Poor Lucy, she just looks beat. All that sleeping is hard work!

    Keelan looks very nice as well.

  4. Lucy looks like she’s doing a lot of hard work! Give her a break, she needs a cat nap! :)

  5. Like the Keelan!

  6. I am rather enjoying how the texture of the yarn is showing off the cables and stitch choices. I’ll have to take a nice peek at that yarn next time I get to a bigger yarn store. :)

  7. Relax!! We’ll still be here. Keelan matches Lucy’s eyes, mayhap.

  8. Wonder how you do all you do -with working and all the knitting and taking care of LUCY!

  9. I was surfing around for how to do intaria with crochet…I am having some issues…and found a toilet paper holder in the shape of Sponge BOB! Thought of you immediately. You need it!! If you don’t crochet, well, I WILL have to make it for you.

    Here is the link…

    http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=47024.0

  10. Lucy has the right idea – I did a little of that myself today.

  11. Love that Lucy! Wendy, back some time ago, I remember you had some problems with your hands. I know I have arthritis, but I’m hoping I’m not getting any additional grief in the wrist area…very achy and crampy. Anyway, what did you do to ease or get rid of it? Ever use those hand type wraps that some of the knitting mags sell?
    Thanks for the medical advice in advance. Are you in my plan?

  12. Nice to see everyone’s priorities are in place. Nap and knit on!

  13. Ok……I figured it out: Lucy is the knitter & you are just the human front!…that’s how so much knitting gets done: she’s using all fours during the day!…love her snuggled with dad…..

  14. hmm this is october – seem to remember that changes are in store at some point….?

  15. Love Keelan; looks just wonderful. Though not as wonderful as Lucy. Whatta gal!!!

  16. No problem… just as long as you keep the kitty pictures coming. ;-)

  17. I have to agree with Babs, I never put 2 & 2 (4 & 4 ?) together! Keelan looks perfect & just in time for cooler weather!

  18. Lucy makes it look sooooo easy.

  19. geeezzz why can’t I ever have a day like Lucy?!!
    wouldn’t it be nice too?>

  20. Looking very pretty … Lucy and Keelan.

    ~firefly

  21. What a truly stunning cat Lucy is, and so diligent about her feline responsibilities.

  22. I love how Keelan is turning out. And I see Lucy is still in Olympic training for the sleeping event.

    I finally finished my Fearless Fair Isle! (after almost a year) Love the pattern, thanks for having all these great patterns available. I’ve been inspired and am now designing two more Fair Isle projects for myself.

    (Posted a picture of the completed sweater on my blog today)

  23. Keelan is looking really good. Lucy is looking so well rested.

  24. I just love Keelan! And I am spending my time knitting my Kimono Jacket! Thanks for a great pattern.

  25. Good to see Lucy putting in the hard yards and keeping up her end of the deal!

  26. Mighty tasty looking, that Keelan. All those twisty cables are awfully complicated looking, ma’am.

  27. I love your cat, Lucy. She is beautiful. I have a cat named Champagne and he likes to meow and whine, sometimes my grandma calls him Cham-Pain in the butt. I am only 4 yrs old. My grandma loves your knitting items and so do I. Someday my grandma will be able to knit like you.