My knitting ... is not going to become a cover for the little wing back chair. *sigh*
I had another look at how it looked on the chair late last night, after I'd knitted a heap more of the first 'strip'. It still did not look good.
So I am throwing in the towel. My knitting will have to become a really pretty scarf or blanket. I might try and knit a jumper or two for the littlies with some of the wool I've accumulated over the past couple of weeks.
It won't go to waste.
My next project in the sewing room will be a couple of mug rugs for some people, then I might just get back to my Dresden Plate Quilt.
It is constantly glaring at me from the sewing desk... I've not put it away, I've kept it out so it is 'IN ME FACE'.
TODAY? Well because I have put the chair cover 'on the back burner', I might take a break from all craft for the day and just blog, read blogs, read the news, play a game or two, just fill in the day with other stuff for a change.
Or maybe I can look for a pattern or two for summer dresses, shirts/shorts for grandkids next Christmas? No time like now to get a head start on presents.
WOW! I just realised it's the LAST day of April! Where the hell has 4 months gone already???
I've roused the kids out of bed. The one thing I LOVE about kids this age?
They sleep in. It's so GOOD. *smiles*
A BIG THANK YOU LYNDA. I took the wool I bought yesterday back for a full refund. Now I have $$'s for fabric!
After returning the wool at Spotlight, the kids and I enjoyed an ice cream at the mall before coming home again.
Now I think I will pop around a few blogs.
Nearly dinnertime, and I'm happy to say I'm not cooking it!
I've popped around a few blogs and feel good about that. I've also done some knitting, I'm tossing up what to do with my big Chevron Strip... it's either going to be a baby cot blanket, or something else. Time will tell I suppose.
It's just as well I can change my mind, cos I do it every half and hour! lol
ME: I left the pattern as a comment on your last blog post.
End of Day: not a busy evening. It was nice to see Steve home, even if he was a pain in the butt.
I'll elaborate tomorrow.