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Tuesday, August 28, 2012

The Return of Ravi

I'm happy to report that the first day of Middle School went off without a hitch.  He didn't get lost, he said his teachers are nice, and he had a good first day of school.  He's got friends in some of his classes and he'll settle in and make new ones in the other classes.  There was a big Mommy sigh of relief yesterday when I picked him up yesterday afternoon and found out how his day had gone.  (He was working himself into a 6th grade panic attack when I dropped him off yesterday morning so the day could have really gone either way.)  I just kept reminding myself that most people don't die of Middle School.
In the meantime, since I'm not doing olympic knitting and I've completed the Camp Loopy projects, I pulled out Ravi again last night and started back to work on the wedges of the yoke.  I think there are two new wedges in the yoke since the last time you saw it, but since it's been a while, here are the details.  This is the Ravi cardigan and I'm using STR Mediumweight in True Blood Red, which is a really gorgeous dark red.  I know this is the third red cardigan I've knit this year (fourth if you count the Austin Cardi which I started last year and finished this year), but all of them have been different shades of red and different weights so they don't really overlap at all when they fit into my wardrobe.  I just thought I'd mention this in case anyone was thinking of calling in professional help for my red cardi "issues."  I don't have a problem, I can quit anytime I want to.  I just don't want to right now!



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