No, not really.
But I was trying for a clever title to segue into showing you this:
My brand-new Plano 3650 fishing tackle box. Ooooh!
Of course, it is not being used to store fishing tackle. But you already knew that, right?
It’s got several plastic cases that are divided into sections.
Perfect for stitch markers and other knitting paraphernalia.
More on Bohus
The Wild Apple kit does indeed include an English translation to the pattern, so if you are “svenska-challenged’ fear not. The translation was done by Susanna Hansson, so I have no doubt that it is as perfect as the rest of her translations.
For the past two years I’ve knitted a Bohus sweater in December. But having the Wild Apple in my hot little hands as I do, I don’t think I’ll be waiting until December to start. I’ll wait until summer is over, because wool/angora sweaters and high heat and humidity do not mix. They don’t in my world, anyhow.
For those of you who do not know what the Bohus Wild Apple is (and you are to be pitied), read Susanna’s brief history of Bohus here.
You can also read a post I made in December 2005.
Back to Socks
I’ve turned the heel on my second Lacy Rib sock. Excitement abounds!
Lucy, on the other hand, is happy to just chill.