First off, I finished the Anastasias. What a quick and fun knit! The pattern is really easy to memorize and it seems to fly, even on size 1s.
How much do I love Hello Yarn? Let me count the ways, over and over and over….
I’m hoping that these will be my Houston winter shoes. Crocs are perfect for showing off hand knit socks.
Secondly, I’ve succumbed to the Sea Lettuce scarf. I’m still torn on whether I want to do the one that is 20 stitches across or the 32 stitch scarf (this one is 32).
I’m concerned because I only have one skein and am hoping that it will be a nice length. I don’t have high hopes for this though, and see another skein in my future. I forgot how much garter stitch sucks yardage. I’ve also had a problem sticking with any project larger than socks lately, and the urge to frog this always looms. Wish me luck, because as of right now, I really like the result.
And last, this book is changing the way that I cook.
It’s a wonderful read if you love the slow food movement. As a result I purchased this veggie cookbook, and am trying to cook exclusively vegetarian at home.
I made patty pan squash fritters with sweet potato muffins several days ago for dinner, and last night I made this recipe:
I hope that we can eat as well in Houston as here. I already checked, and Rice U. hosts a farmer’s market once a week.
I’ve also cast on a tiny baby sock, as my knitting ADD knows no bounds as of late.
I suck at goodbyes, and also conclusions, so I’ll just leave this as it is. Cheers.