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Friday, November 18, 2011


I haven't forgotten about my Knit Something of the Month Socks in all the overdyeing and kitten confusion around here.  I'm almost done with the leg of the first sock now and I expect to get some knitting time in on them this weekend and next week.  I am determined to get both the November and December Knit Something of the Month projects done on time because I've gotten the first 10 months done - I won't go down in flames now!  I am thinking that next year I will probably only choose a single project for November and December instead of one for each month.  That might help with my sanity a bit, what's left of my sanity anyway.

I'm loving this yarn in this pattern.  It reminds me of Neapolitan ice cream.  The pattern is also pretty quick and easy to work, I'm just not moving too fast on it because of a certain blue eyed boy who just discovered the top of the refrigerator.  Yeah!

Hope you have a great weekend!

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Anonymous Joyce said...

But the top of the refrigerator must be checked for dangers, and who better for the job than a blue-eyed boy who can jump very well!

10:07 AM  
Blogger Gina said...

Oh, the joy of kittens as they explore their worlds. When I told my adult son about Max's adventures and his interactions with Logan, he's really happy he adopted his sweet grown-up girl Kitty (2-3 years old when she joined his household). He said he wouldn't have had the patience for a kitten. Wait 'til he has kids!

11:59 AM  

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