Home and tanned
Vacation was great. I won't bore you with the details, except to say that that weather was perfect every day and we enjoyed ourselves immensely.
I also won't bore you with a slideshow of pictures, but I thought I'd show you the view from my hotel room terrace.
This is where I worked on the one sock project I brought with me. I did very little knitting as you can see.
Earflap Cap - Again
I finished my last Earflap Cap except for the i-cord straps. It came out well, but I'm sure Thaddeus won't like it or wear it. And he definitely won't pose with it for me. I couldn't get a good picture of the hat without someone wearing it, so you'll have to settle for a bad picture of me that shows the hat in its best light.
This one will go to my local yarn store as a store-model. I'll let them have the pattern so they can sell it as a kit. It will look great in a lot of the Jamieson DK yarn colors. This one was done in Rowan DK since I had a couple of balls in my stash and it's a good color for Thaddeus.
Today's post will be brief. Having been away for a week, I had over 1600 e-mails to delete...er...read. Most of them were from the various knitting lists I'm on. I scanned through the majority of them last night and replied back to most of the work and personal-related ones this morning. If you sent me an e-mail and haven't received a response, I may have inadvertantly deleted your message thinking it was spam or KnitList drivel. Please rewrite if you think this might have been the case.
Saturday, March 01, 2003
Home and tanned