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Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Just Enough Ruffles With Assistance

I decided to cast on for a scarf last night (because, why not?), so I started Just Enough Ruffles.  I thought this was the cutest scarf the first time I saw it and I knew I wanted to knit it.  I'm using Valley Yarns Northampton in Lake Heather (yes, this is one of the colors I used in my Chimera mitts) and I cast on.  As you can see, I'm getting assistance* with the photography for today's post, but don't worry, he's also helping with the knitting.  Nothing like trying to knit while Max is dangling off the circular needle.  Such a helpful feline!  If I can convince Maximus that he's a sleepy kitty, maybe I can get this done before the weather gets really cold around here (January is usually pretty cold here).  I wonder if he would get sleepy if I made him a turkey sandwich?

*Just in case you were wondering, he has dog spit on his back end because he and Logan were playing earlier this morning, but he hadn't bathed yet.  He can't be bothered with hygiene when there's a dog to attack.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, turkey will make him sleepy, but - there's no way to phrase this delicately - it may also may him rather, um, pungent. It was the only time our little siamese mix was gassy, but oh boy, was she stinky! I say let Logan run him around a little more and then wait for him to take a nap.

5:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

and that picture is why we adopt adult/young adult cats.... of course, owning a dog whose PAWS are bigger than the kitten is also a reason.
Our cat also has basset drool on his back, too.

3:35 PM  
Anonymous Roz said...

So funny, that Maximus!

My word for today, decidedly non-Maximus-like: tabbeta.

12:24 PM  

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