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Friday, June 13, 2014

Option 2

Last night I sat down with my Camp Loopy project, hoping to get more done on that.  I got all of five rows knitted (only 3 of those had beads).  Why, you ask?  Because I had “help.”  For some reason Max didn’t want to take a nap after dinner, instead he wanted to help me with my knitting.  Specifically, he wanted to hold the beader thing (the Fleegle Beader).  For obvious reasons, I didn’t think this was a good idea, so once I figured out that he wasn’t going to curl up and go to sleep, I swapped projects to one without beads.
I’ve done several more inches since you saw this last and I just love watching the stripes appear and change.  Yes, I’m still easily amused by what yarn can do.

I hope you all have a great weekend, and if you get feline assistance, I hope it’s not with beads!



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