slowly growing

The baby gifts came off the needles in record time and have been gifted (despite being sized 6 month). The Ruffled Hat by MaryAnn Wu was pretty quick, it would’ve gone faster if I didn’t have to cast on six trillion stitches and if I had more normal sized (i.e. 7-inch) 4.5mm dpn’s. The p 81 booties by Susan B Anderson are just as cute as before. These patterns are both knit in Bernat CottonTots.

The Rhinebeck [btw Rhinebeck is a place and a sheep and wool festival] Scarf is slowly growing. I can only make it through one repeat on the way too work in the early morning hours and just over a repeat on the way home. We’ll see how it goes, I’m almost at the halfway point. I don’t like really long scarves, but this one does ask to be wrapped a bit more than my others. I think I may have just about memorized the chart! (finally). We’ll see if I can count, three seems to be causing me difficulty. There are a few spots where I’ve had to rip, but some of the wonky leaves I’ve left as wonky.

R’s socks are sitting on the couch. I haven’t had the heart to rip them back. Which is good for the scarf, but not the other things I have to do. Any of the other projects? They are catching dust bunnies.

To remind myself I do spin...that I really like spinning and can make the time for it, I spun for a bit the other night. I think I’m getting it. Slowly but surely. I really am impatient for Rhinebeck.

Finally I upgraded Wednesday afternoon to WordPress 2.3. I think things are working as expected but am not 1000% sure. In the coming weeks I hope to fix the little design issues that have been frustrating me and make the site more tag-friendly. Thank you for your patience.

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2 Replies to “slowly growing”

  1. I’M GOING TO RHINEBECK, TOO!!! It was only decided last night. We should definitely plan to meet up somewhere. Squee!

  2. Hope to see you at Rhinebeck – you’re on my bingo card!

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