I am happily knitting along on my Segel wrap, and at this point I have worked through 1 complete set of gradients:
I am loving how it looks and how nice the yarn is knit at a looser gauge.
I enjoyed reading the comments on my last post about Loki and his desire to take over all horizontal surfaces in my home, particularly the suggestion that he might need a cat tree or two. Trust me, he has plenty of furniture that belongs to him. My cleaning lady refers to the living room as “Loki’s playground.”
Here’s another photo of the Little Prince:
He is lying on top of my jewelry armoire. Note that it is turned so that the drawers are facing the wall. That’s because one evening I watched as Loki reached down with one chubby paw and pried open a drawer, removed a piece of jewelry, and dropped it to the floor. It was then I realized why I had found a wristwatch in my foyer upon returning home from work the previous day.
Coincidentally, the piece of jewelry I saw him select was a brooch in the shape of a cat.
“Look at me! I’m adorable!”