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Wednesday, March 16, 2011


Well I got a lot of things done on Snowbird yesterday, but not quite everything I was hoping for. I finished up the sleeves and did the i-cord bind offs, then I picked up the body stitches again and joined the fronts and back. I've got a little less than 2 inches of the body worked below the underarms, but I'm ready to sew the sleeves together now (after I double check the length - they look really long in the photo).

Logan tried to help me work on Snowbird last night, and by "help" I mean he tried to walk off with the new ball of yarn I had wound before I sat down to knit. Repeatedly. He's never shown much interest in yarn before except when he first came to our house and tried to hold the yarn between my hands and the ball. I hope this isn't a new thing with him. I don't want to fight him off the wool around here.



Anonymous Janet said...

Don't forget. Trade for a treat is the easiest way to stop the chase when the puppy has something that you really need to get back.

3:50 PM  
Anonymous LeAnn in Spokane said...

Corso, our bernese mountain dog (10 months) knows that stealing yarn will get a quick response. He will wait near my knitting until he catches my eye, then grab & run. Fortunately he's not a chewer, so I just take the slightly damp yarn out of his mouth & make him come to the "treat jar" for his reward. Gotta love 'em.

5:34 PM  

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