ON AND OFF THE NEEDLES
I finished the Sideways Grande Hat last night, just in time for today and earned the Mr. Iknead Seal of Approval.
Don’t know the reason for the odd look, there’s no telling. At least my mouth is closed. It seems like every photo has me with my mouth open, either talking or eating and sometimes (I’m not proud of this) both at the same time. Anyway, I think the hat is way cute and it was a quick, easy knit.
I’m nearly finished with Meg White’s Cabled Hat, ready to start the crown decreases and am now browsing through Cookie A.’s Knit.Sock.Love. On an expedition into the stash the other day, I ran across some awesome Shibui sock yarn that just begged to be transformed into a pair of socks and, well, I aim to please.
We finally finished all the electrical work this week, which turned out even better than I had hoped, just to have the washing machine bite the dust. I’m waiting on the repairman now. There’s something busted about the spin cycle, when it hits that part, it starts making an awful banging noise and shuts itself off. I’m not talking about the I’m unbalanced thump, this is the I’m getting ready explode and scatter shrapnel banging. Here’s hoping that it’s an easy fix and not the arm and a leg and my firstborn child sort of fix. Anything under $250.00 would be good. Here’s hoping!
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Hope springs eternal in the human breast. Alexander Pope