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Tuesday, December 01, 2009

Cassidy

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I hope everyone had a great weekend and if your weekend involved turkey, I hope there was lots of it and good friends and family to go with it!

I'm still working on the back of Cassidy. (Actually, I'm working on more than that, but Cassidy is all I can show right now on the blog.) I've just started the armholes, so the rows have gotten shorter and things should really start moving along quickly now. The cabling is easy and since I made a few notes, I can work on this while I watch TV without too much trouble. Ramius has been helping me with it a bit - by helping I mean that he has been sitting in my lap while I knit on it - he hasn't actually been knitting on it himself in his spare time. It seems to me, that with the amount of spare time cats have (and by spare time I refer to 25% of the time spent sleeping), if cats could knit, they'd turn out an amazing quantity of work. I mean cats don't have to do laundry, pick up kids from school, cook, vacuum, clean the house, do the grocery shopping or any of the other things we have to do and it's not like a cat will get sucked into Ravelry for hours, looking at knitting. If cats had thumbs and could stay awake, they could be the perfect knitters! Just something to think about...

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Blogger Connie Peterson said...

If Peanut could knit or even spin, just think of all the work I could get done (if I could get OFF this dumb computer!) ....... what a concept.

3:18 PM  
Blogger Nicole said...

I hate to break it to you, but if cats could knit, they would probably frog items just for the fun of playing with the yarn...

6:32 PM  
Anonymous Robby said...

I find the concept of wily cats with thumbs dexterous enough to knit a bit alarming. Maybe I misjudge, but cats don't seem to generally live by the motto, 'First do no harm.' Just a thought.

8:44 PM  

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