Compare that to Miss Macy, who stays out of the way, hugs the corners of the living room, and rarely makes a sound. Macy doesn't travel far to settle down; she's either in the cat tree in the front room or squeezing into the shoebox left behind by guests.
I've been knitting small projects here and there.
I knitted two scarves for my sister-in-law, who lives in Minnesota. Nothing fancy at all. Just picked up two skeins of homespun yarn using a garter stitch pattern and the simple scarves were done in no time.
|Shirley modeling her new scarves|
My goal is to make a huge dent in the yarn I have stashed in my bedroom closet. To further that goal, I've started a new ripple afghan. I actually bought the yarn well over a year ago. This pattern is new for me and it is more of a wave (ripple) than my other afghans, which feature chevrons. The greens in this afghan will be a perfect for our existing bedroom sheets and duvet cover. I already have my next two afghans planned out in my head, but they will require the purchase of new yarn.
|Start of New Afghan|