Life has been busy around the homefront. We are cleaning up the old laundry shack (small room attached to the back of the house) for a storage area. Our little 2 bedroom house needs to make space for our twenteen (more on her later). The bedroom I am trying to free up is the larger one and it is full of stuff, all kinds of stuff, mostly my stuff. All that stuff needs to get paired down and moved to the shack or another location inside the house. Oy!
All that is my way of saying I won't have as much time for posting in the next couple of weeks. And, I don't want to think about how far behind I am in reading my bloglines feeds.
I do have a little (little being the operative word) to show:
My first Elizabeth Zimmermann project, her baby surprise jacket. The surprising part is how I can be a knitter for over 30 years without making an EZ pattern. It is a simple pattern which is very good right now. I'm using the Knit Picks Wool of the Andes I got from Becca with some left over cascade 220 (red) and ashford tekapo (green).
I will leave you with a cautionary tale about being a Dodger fan. See, being a Dodger fan is hazardous to your health.