I am now a bit more than half done with Zuni.
I did a couple of extra repeats before starting the center section (weighing my skein of yarn as I went along). It’s easy to add repeats because the pattern is geometric and easy to follow. Here’s a close-up of the edge on the right side:
And the edge from the wrong side:
I think it looks nice from the wrong side as well as the right side — slightly more subtle.
I have hopes of completing this over the weekend. It is a very fun knit!
I will then start a two-color project using a Kauni solid and a Kauni variegated.
Thanks to everyone who entered the giveaway for the fabulous Fleegle Spins Supported. The winner has been chosen at random and it is Lynn Z. Lynn has been emailed. 🙂
Lucy the Mountain Climber
Several of you wondered how Lucy was able to climb so high (see photo in my last blog entry). This is how she gets up there:
It is still a fair leap from the back of the chair to the top of the bookcase.
How does she get down? I pull out a step stool and climb up to retrieve her when she starts looking like she is going to jump from the top of the bookcase down to the floor. It doesn’t seem to occur to her to come down the way she got up.
“I just like to let Momma feel useful.”