There must be an explanation, but it seems as if every other day, I am extremely well-spoken and the words flow out of me with beauty and grace. And then on the alternate days, I struggle for words in a way that would make some think I had dementia.
Friday, May 10, 2013
Actually, I have no idea why this is, and it's occurred for most of my adult life, but I have learned that to be pretty successful, I only have to be well-spoken half the time and try to stay as quiet as possible on the other days.
I told you I had finished the Icelandic Wool pullover and I would show photos when I was reunited with my camera. Here you go.
My sister has also asked me to make her a gift for a baby shower she has to go to in a few weeks, so I found this great little newborn open-front cardigan designed by Kelly Brooker call Newborn Vertebrae.
The newborn version is a free download on Ravelry, but I appreciated the clever simplicity of her design (and it's very well written) so much, that I purchased the pattern in multiple yarn gauges and sizes (it was only $4). So far I've finished all the raglan shaping for the arms and I'm working my way down the back.
It should knit up pretty quickly.