I was hoping to have the edging finished on my big green project, but when you rip back three times before you come up with something that doesn't embarrass you, things tend to take waaaay longer than normal, maybe THREE TIMES LONGER. Finally ended up with something I really like, so of course I decide that an i-cord bind-off is the only thing that makes sense. And, oh by the way, when you have 570 stitches to bind off, and you basically work every bind-off stitch THREE TIMES... or is it four... ? I refuse to try and figure it out or do the math. It does look good, however, so I'm giving it a paws up. It's just the kind of brainless knitting I'm craving right now. I'm not, however, going to guess when it'll be finished since I'm being pulled from one thing to the other with no notice. It seems like a good idea to have a project like this in the old knitting bag, for times like these. I shutter to think what I'd do with a complicated lace pattern.
I'm trying not to feel like the hydrant right now but it's pouring on my head and I don't have an umbrella. Guess I'll just have to stay patient until this dog decides to pee somewhere else. How about Tony Hayward?
Oh no. That is awful about your kitty. I hope everything turns out well.ReplyDelete
Sorry to hear about your kitty. :(ReplyDelete
I am thinking about you and your kitty. I hope she recovers ok!ReplyDelete
And I hate to mention it in the same comment - but I love your i-cord bind-off - what an undertaking, but it looks great. I am looking forward to seeing the finished project!
Oh and thanks for your comment. I sure love those little toes on Davey too. :) He perks up my photos!
Oh, little Katie!!! Poor little girl. I'll hold you both in my thoughts. And here's hoping it is diabetes (wow, there's a sentence I never thought I'd say!!). Huge hugs to you, my friend.ReplyDelete
I'm so sorry about your kitty. I hope she gets well soon! Hang in there.ReplyDelete
Here's what I say about the day- go to this web page since I can't post a picture here.ReplyDelete
Sorry to hear about your kitty. Hope everything works out ok. Hang in there.ReplyDelete
I made your recipe, "Pasta with Tomatoes and Fresh Herbs" for dinner tonight. Excellent! My husband had a second bowl!! It reminds me of the good pasta we ate while living in Italy. Thank you for another great recipe.ReplyDelete
Thanks, everybody, for all your kind words and good wishes. They mean more to me than I can say. SusanB-knits, so glad you enjoyed the pasta. That recipe is about as Italian as you can get.ReplyDelete