I am waitin' 'til I don't know when, Cause I'm sure it's gonna happen then. Time keeps creepin' through the neighborhood, Killing old folks, wakin' up babies Just like we knew it would. -Neighborhood #4 (7 Kettles) Hello all! No Peanut yet, but pregnancy comments have shifted from remarks on my size to questions of … Continue reading Til I Don’t Know When
Like the other days in this long weekend, today was devoted to making. Over the past four days, I have knitted, cooked, written, and sewed (and snuggled cats). Most of these projects have deadlines, some self-imposed and others imposed by outside factors. All this time spent making has been good thinking time. I don't have … Continue reading Take Time
Last night was something. Querido and I stayed awake to the end, and three short hours later were awake again trying to figure out what to do with this day. Not surprisingly, every stitch knitted last night had to be pulled out. For the project in question I am lever knitting, which is still a … Continue reading After
Should these two be mixed? Who knows. Stay tuned for tomorrow's post: will I have an FO or a lot of frogging?
In a college town, time moves the the coming and going of students and faculty. Everyone is back now. The mornings are cool and the parking is gone. I have had a big stack of unopened fall knitting magazines for weeks, but I hadn't been able to get my head around this whole fall thing. … Continue reading The Last of the Summer Knitting
Happy Black Friday, readers--did you all survive the shopping? I woke up to a window glazed in ice and decided that this was not a day for going out. More time for knitting, right? I found that the best way to get out of the middle bit of my Midtown Cardigan was to go through. … Continue reading Forward and Back
Hello, dear readers. How have you been? I feel like a very bad blogger, sneaking in after a long absence and hoping all's forgiven. Will a cat picture appease you? I finished Querido's sweater, just barely in time for the cold weather. ...If you count having four buttons instead of six as done. My vintage … Continue reading Everything is a Kitty Bed