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Friday, September 03, 2010

Wave of Berries

I'm working on the edging of the Wave of Color Moebius! In fact, I've only got about 10 rows left until I bind off. I tried to get a picture of the edging so far, but you know how unblocked lace looks. (If you don't know how unblocked lace looks, look at the picture - see how you can't really see anything? That's how unblocked lace looks.) I plan on finishing this this weekend - if not today - and the next time you see it, it will be blocked. This has been a nice, fast project which was exactly what I needed to break up the two cardigans a little bit. Now I feel ready to jump back into them.

I hope everyone has a wonderful weekend! If you're here in the US, you should get a 3 day weekend. I'm looking forward to having an extra day with Mickael and Caleb, but right now, just this minute, everything is peaceful and quiet. It's cloudy outside, the temperature has dropped and it's lovely and breezy. I'm sitting at the kitchen table with a cup of tea, Ramius is in my lap and Finn is asleep under the table. I'm letting some butter soften on the counter so I can make oatmeal cookies later today and tomorrow I'm going to make a big pot of gumbo. It will be the first time I've made gumbo in this house and Finn will be helping every step of the way (he loves "helping" me make gumbo). It will also be the first time this Fall for the big red pot to make an appearance. I love making soups, stews, chili, and any number of things in the big red pot, but I don't like to make them in the Summer. I know the temperature won't stay cool, yet, but for the next couple of days, it's cool enough to start using the big red pot. Have a great weekend!

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Blogger Vanessa said...

Yummm! I can smell the food you are going to cook in that gorgeous big red pot already! Set out another dish - I am coming over!

9:00 AM  
Blogger Experimental Knitter said...

You know the saying about inblocked lace, right?
But yours looks pretty good, can't wait to see it in its full glory.

10:54 AM  
Blogger mamayaga said...

Loooooove the colour of the shawl/cowl. If you have any leftovers, send it to me please. It will look fabulous after blocking. Lucky girl!

7:31 PM  
Blogger Susanne said...

Love the colour. Just fyi...the Labour Day weekend is the only one we (Canada & the US) have in common. So we are celebrating too!

8:33 AM  

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