Monday, July 17, 2006

I Oughta Wash My Mouth Out With Soap!

Dudes. Shame on me!

I quote me, last post:

"Western Seas doesn't count...blah blah blah..."

For. Shame.

So, Marina pointed this out to me - by asking "so why doesn't Western Seas count?".

She does! Me sorry. I feel like I've just sassed Alice herself *hanging head in shame* .

See, I got it into my mind that because Western Seas had been relegated to MLC status, I was only obligated to work one night a week on her. But - why?

And further to this point? Elizabeth of York in the 2-ply Witchflower shade does not do the overall design justice, she really needs to be worked in a light coloured yarn to best show off the detail. She has been retired...*sob*. So, with superhuman strength, I will TRY not to start another non-stranded project before the weather cooperates and lets me work on Arangenser. Except for Fulmar. Huh? Who said that?!

It'll be all Western Seas, almost all the non-stranded time.

For poops and giggles, I thought I'd show you my sophisticated method of keeping track of decreases/short rows/ridges in Diva:

Pen - left shawl portion.
Pencil - right shawl portion.


Southern Ontario Knitsters take heart! I have a migraine that would fell an elephant, meaning only one thing - cold front! Thunderstorms! Cooler weather!

Freakish human barometer that I am...


Lorraine The Knitting Hammy said...

Oh Brigitte- Sorry you have a headache, but it will be worth it if we're getting cooler weather.
True to Murphy's Law, our A/C crapped out, just as our heating broke in February.
Bring on the snow!

Cynthia said...

Hope that migraine is better. My husband and I both can tell when the weather is changing just by how bad our heads hurt.

Heh, heh, heh, (evil chuckle) I bet Fulmar creeps in there soon, regardless of your good intentions. It's too wonderful not to knit as soon as possible.

Keep cool!