Whatcha Workin’ On Wednesday #30, Booklove, Background

ON MY NEEDLES

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Momma Mia Sweater

The color in this photo is very close to true.  This is proving to be a really awesome knit and I’m in the home stretch. The only thing holding me back from finishing is the last four row repeat, x18.  😐 It’s at this point in my big projects that startitis rears its ugly head.  Doing the math – 4 rounds at approximately 264 stitches per round equals 1056 stitches, times 18 repeats….is entirely too depressing to even think about at the moment.  Read through to the end to get the total   stitch count**.😋. Oops, the last pattern page reads, work even until two inches short of desired length, then knit two inches of seed stitch.  Should have read through….  All joking aside, I love the way this sweater is knitting up.  The Knitpicks Cotlin is perfect, with its drape.  This summer has been the season of the tunic.  I can’t get enough of them and they are everywhere!!  Resistance is FUTILE!!!

ESPECIALLY WHEN

The new Knitbot pattern book I ordered came in yesterday and I must.knit.all.the.things, preferably before next week because…well  just because I’m a knitter and that’s what knitters do.

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AND THEN THERE’S MY BOOK JONES

This Is Our Faith, by Michael Pennock

Pretty Little Killers, written by Dalene Berry and Geoffrey C. Fuller

Grand Central Winter, by Lee Stringer

Dogtripping, written by David Rosenfelt

IN THE BACKGROUND

The bathroom remodel continues.  Jeff the Contractor says it will be finished Monday.  We can live with that.  Mac the Cat has a blocked tear duct, necessitating eyedrops twice a day.  Yikes!!  It’s working, though, his eye looks much better, but it’s hard to tell if he appreciates it, him being a cat and all.  And finally, we’ve nearly finished eating the leftovers from the family reunion and the icebox is starting to look normal again.

Enough already!

Don’t forget the party!


MORE LINKS TO LOVE

Wake Up Wednesday

Yarn Along

Stitch Along Wednesday

There are two kinds pf pedestrians…the quick and the dead.  Lord Thomas Robert Dewar (1864-1930)

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