Almost Done

I finished the hand part of my second mitten last night while watching a DVD ("Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind", which I highly recommend). That leaves just the thumb, and I'm hoping to finish it today. I can't wait to wear them; it'll probably be too warm this week, though, since the temp is supposed to be close to 70 on Wednesday. But at least I no longer have to fear winter's chill blast on my hands.

You'll be happy to know that I ordered a mini digital camera from Amazon on Friday, so I hope to be able to post pictures on a regular basis. The mittens will be first, of course.

I need to decide what to do next after the mittens. I'm waiting for the yarn for the felted wreath to be shipped, so I can't start on that yet. Oh, speaking of felting, I felted the bag I made for the yarn guild's yarn exchange, and it turned out beautifully. I don't have to return the bag to the yarn donor until December, so I should be able to post of picture of that, too.

Anyway, maybe I should finish this pillow cover I started ages ago. Or maybe I should do a few more baby hats before the next Depart-Ment craft fair in December. I'll have time to knock out a few if I get busy now. Yeah, the baby hats are probably the better idea.

That's it for this week. Keep on knitting!

Comments

Dawn said…
Really looking forward to being able to see all the lovely things you make!!! Well done!!!
just me said…
Oooh, we are on the same wavelength! Saturday I rewatched my copy of "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" while nursing my cold.
I shall look up the film.The weather here keeps changing from cold to too warm for gloves .I like frosty ,crisp weather. I am working on a Cherry Tree Hill part glitter yarn for Christmas.
Just Me: I love Jim Carrey in "ESotSM." And I'm not a big fan of his, as you know. It's a fun movie for a cold day, given all the scenes on the wintry beach.

ATWWK: I like crisp weather, too. I can't stand heat and humidity. I hope to see pics of the Cherry Tree Hill project when it's done.