Saturday, March 04, 2006

Another Saturday night

It's raining tonight, and we have even had a little bit of thunder and lightning. Our backyard groundhog, Chuckie, had not made his spring appearance yet, but it is probably just a matter of time.

Meanwhile, indoors...


The kitty abuse continues.

I took the long-suffering "fish scale" sock to a meeting tonight and added a few rows. It occurred to me that I have not shown an updated picture of it for quite awhile.


I love the yarn, love the pattern, and love the way it is working up, but I've had a heck of a time keeping it on my priority list. The cool thing about traditional top-down socks, though, is that when you get past the fiddley bits - turning the heel and decreasing for the instep - you are halfway down the foot. This sock only has a couple more inches before the toe decreases start. It won't be long until this baby is off the sticks - but, of course, I will then have to cast on another one and do it all over again.

1 comment:

Jerry said...

Obviously what you need is more meetings, to keep the project moving.