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It’s been a slow knitting week, although stitches have been made (and not frogged). I have reached the 80-percent-complete mark on my K1P1 scarf and I love the color shifts with all the passion that Noro Silk Garden yarn seems to inspire in many of us. Alas, my right hand doesn’t want me to knit for extended periods of time (i.e., not for as long as I’d like to keep knitting), so my progress there has been slower than on the last one of these scarves I knit. Good thing it’s not a contest, no? (Yes.) And this way, this slower-progress way, I get to enjoy the color shifts for longer periods of time before knitting the next combination.
I have done nothing more on the smock. It is frozen in time as it was in the last post… albeit folded up and put in a bag, then stuffed out of sight (out of mind) in another bag that I am not carrying around with me right now, thankyouverymuch.
I have been reading, three books since my last post, as you can see from the 2010 books-read part of the sidebar. I love reading! It’s a shame I must choose so often between pastimes. Sigh.
And I took a part of the (non-working!) weekend to do a little purring. OK, a lot of purring. OK, a really lot of purring. (Oh, my!)
What? Oh, yeah, I petted the kitty cats, too.
Too much ‘Nuff said?