It's time to pick up my Charity knitting. I am moderating a group on Knittinghelp.com and on Ravelry to make Log Cabin baby blankets for charity. It's a round robin type group. Each of us starts the center portion, mails it to the next one in line. That knitter adds a portion and mails it on. As it makes the rounds it grows larger and larger till it's done. (If you'd like to join us, just let me know.)
This pic is of my own Log Cabin. It's been alive for a long time now and still isn't finished. Makes a good brainless knitting project.
I finished my first two squares for the 2008 Log Cabin knitting. Some of us are doing both knitted and crocheted blankets. Sometime around mid January I'll mail these out to the next person on the list.
I also worked some on my Tomten Jacket. I'm just about done with the skein of variegated yarn so will have to add a different color to go along with the pink strand. I have about 5 ridges to do before creating the arm holes. I understand how to do all of it, except adding the sleeves, so hopeful I can get someone that's done it before to add some explanation to EZ and Meg's instructions.
Today we're heading out to the movies: National Treasure: Book of Secrets. Reviews aren't that good, but hey, Nick Cage.... It can't be all bad. One review said it was a throwback to the family entertainment reminiscent of the '80s. I can live with that!