Are you ready for a baby-free post??? Well hold on to your hats, ladies and gents, here it is!
With the recovery of my wrists and the occasional goodnaturedness of my baby (dang, well that didn't last long), I began to knit again.
Has anyone else noticed that at the beginning of fall it's all "cozy sweaters and pumpkin spice" and then now when we are really into fall it's all "advent calendars and Christmas shopping"? Well I do. Can't we all just be content to be IN the season we are experiencing? No? Well I can't either because I decided to get to work on my son's Christmas stocking.
So I cast on...
And I'm winging it. I've done stockings before so I thought I could wing it and it will come out okay. I'm trying for cables. And I can only go a row or two before my wrists start aching so it just may take me until Christmas morning. Wish me luck!
The other interesting thing about this casting on is that this is yarn I thrifted WAY back last November with my friend Jamie, who showed me how to turn a thrift store sweater into piles of beautiful yarn! So cheap! So wonderful! So time consuming! So lovely to rip out knitting for a reason other than that I made a mistake!
I'm just holding this thrifted yard two together, so that I get some bulk and it doesn't take me a year to make this stocking.