Hey, who is this cute little guy?
Meet Loki, who has just come to live with me.
Loki is a 2-year-old male lilac point Ragdoll. He is 10.65 pounds of purring kitty love.
He has only been with me a few days, but I think he has told me his entire life story. Once he got over his initial shyness, he talked nonstop.
His turn-ons include playing with catnip mice, being brushed with the Zoom Groom, and rolling over so he can get tummy rubs from Momma. His turn-offs include loud noises and being ignored.
He seems to be adjusting nicely to life chez WendyKnits, doesn’t he?
Like Maine Coon cats, Ragdolls develop slowly, not reaching maturity until they are about 4 years old. This little guy has paws the size of oven mitts so he has the potential to grow into a very big boy indeed.
Carole P. in Ohio is the winner of 7 Easy-To-Knit Handbags for Every Occasion by Jill Wright, the book I reviewed in my last blog entry. Carole, your book is on its way to you.
It is book season again: I am suddenly getting craft books to review after several months of nothing. So keep checking back for more chances to win my review copies!
Camp Loopy Three Project
In my last blog post I had a photo of a skein of MadelineTosh Pashmina in the “Stovepipe” colorway. That is my yarn for my third Camp Loopy project. Here it is in progress:
I’m afraid the color is washed out, and it doesn’t look like much at this point, does it? It will become the Pomme de Pin Cardigan.
Last night I knit on it with Loki smooshed in on one side of me and my working yarn on the other side. He completely ignored my knitting. I am happy to report!