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Thursday, February 13, 2014

Keeping On

The sun came out yesterday and it occurred to me that if I took a picture of my Hemlock Ring Blanket, you could see the actual color of the yarn!  It’s almost as dark as a navy blue, but it leans a little towards the green side of blue instead of being true, dark blue.  You can actually see the color in this picture, with the bit of green and all.
Want to know something fun?  I only have 11 more rounds plus a bind off!  Two of those rounds are pattern rounds which take 30-45 minutes each.  The other nine are stockinette.  Miles and miles of stockinette.  I’m going to try my hardest to get it finished over the weekend.  We’ll see if I do or not.
To keep you amused while I work on the giant jellyfish of wool, I give you Logan sleeping on his bed.  It looks like he’s floating on his own personal island.  He’s always slept curled up like a cat where Finn was more of a sprawler.  The funny thing is, you’d think it would be opposite because Logan’s coat is so much thicker than Finn’s ever was.  Max, on the other hand, sleeps on his back with his tiny, gray paws in the air - under the covers of course.

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Anonymous Amy said...

Love those Logan pics!

Good luck on finishing your blanket - looking forward to FO photos!

2:35 PM  

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