I am now five rows away from starting the next pattern on my Swallowtail Shawl. Woo-hoo!
I thought I’d be further along at this point but time just got away from me today . . .
More Questions! More Answers!
Perhaps you could offer advice for a friend of mine. She was given 200 yards of qiviut by a well meaning friend for Christmas. Is there anything she can make with that amount?
Off the top of my head, without knowing the weight of the qivuit, I’d say wristwarmers or a lacy neckwarmer would work. Anyone else have any ideas?
Allyson asked in the comments:
How was it coming off the Diet Coke? Are you caffeine free too?
I’m not caffeine-free — I have one cup of coffee in the morning, always in a fun mug, like this one:
I’ve read that coffee, in moderation, has some health benefits, so a cup a day for me.
It was surprisingly easy for me to kick the Diet Coke habit. I actually did that a few weeks before I started the clean eating regime. Now the only beverages I drink are water, green tea, and coffee.
Tina S. asked:
I was wondering what Clean Eating program you are following. After losing 30 lbs through exercise and feeling so much better this past year, I’ve decided to step it up and try a healthier eating program. I’ve looked at several options, and they each have a little different take on clean eating.
I bought this book and have pretty much been following it. I found it rather poorly organized and hard to follow, but there is some sound nutritional advice in there, and the diet does work.
I’ve mentioned before, but will again — we have an Eat-Clean Knitters group over on Ravelry. It has over 250 members right now. some of us are Eat-Clean Newbies, some are veterans, and some are wannabees.
Of course exercise is an important component of the “clean” lifestyle. I’ve slowly started working out with free weights again, something that has been successful in the past for me.
“She posted that pic of me wearing the shawl. I’m so embarrassed!”