It warmed up above freezing today. Terry and I went to Gray's Lake and walked the full circuit - about two miles, I think.
The KnitWits gathered today for an emergency "Holy cow, let's go knitting" session. It was quite productive for me.
First, I finished the Nebula socks.
It was notable because this is the first time I have ever Kitchenered in public. (Non-knitters: Kitchener stitch is a way of grafting a seam closed so it looks like knitting. It is sort of like darning.)
I struggled with Kitchener for a long time, until I finally rewrote the instructions in a way I could understand. The "insert needle as if to knit/purl" required WAY too much thinking. My version cuts it down to "from left to right" and "from right to left". It works for me.
The third cheer was for turning the heel on the Jaywalker sock.
Yes, you see both wood and metal needles in there. The heel flap and gusset are too long for the 5" Brittanys, so I put the long parts on 7" Boyes.
Meanwhile at home, Katie made her bed, and is now lying in it.