Much progress made on the baby sweater. Just half a sleeve and the collar to go!
I'm really pleased with the knitting of this. The needle size is perfect for the yarn, the sts are nice and even....
In addition to all the little balls of sock yarn I've been working on using up, I have little balls of ww. A hat pattern that has been going round the Native American Support Group is the Scrappy Hat. At this point these will be my next "upstairs" project. Upstairs projects, are generally, what I work on in the evenings when watching TV up in my room. Ninety-nine point nine of these projects are for the Native Americans at the Cheyenne River Reservation in Eagle Butte, SD. That's where the baby sweater is going.
I'm thinking it's time to put my wool socks away for another year. It's been so warm by 10 am that socks are not needed. In fact, I've been wearing shorts for the last couple days.... Then again, looking up the weather, the forecast is bouncing back and forth from the low 50s one day to the low 70s the next for about five days. It rained off and on all day yesterday, which is rare for this part of the world. Usually we get a deluge for ten minutes and it's all over. This was good soft rain that had a chance to soak into the ground instead of running off.
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