Unraveled Wednesday

The unraveling around here comes in the form of illness. It seems most of the family and too many co-workers have succumbed to the crud. Hopefully I have had my run and will stay well this time around. Somebody needs to play nurse.

I continue on the body of my Birkin. There was a glitch with the formatting on the printed pattern and a number of knitters have given up on this sweater. Mine seems to be okay (only 3 rows missed on the size I am knitting) so I plug away. I’m not very fast and this is fingering on size 6 needles so I will be here awhile. I did finish two more toddle sized hats for the donation box and have used up a bit more stash. Somehow, as much as I have been knitting from stash, the piles do not seem to get smaller. I have had the same experience with quilting fabric.

I started listening to It’s Not Dark Yet and downloaded White Houses to my kindle. Both are holding my attention which is good. I have a few books on hold at the library, just hoping they don’t all arrive at the same time.

Happy Wednesday. Be sure to visit Kat for more fun post and perhaps a bit of unraveling.

Published by Juliann

Recently retired and ready for adventure

7 thoughts on “Unraveled Wednesday

  1. Keeping my fingers crossed that you avoid the crud this time around! I hate pattern glitches . . . I’m glad you’re persevering! XO

  2. Here’s hoping you stay healthy, stay knitting on your Birkin without further issues, and your amaryllis keeps growing!

  3. Birkin was on my MakeNine list, but after seeing those pattern corrections, I’m not sure. Looking forward to your finish! Yay for hats! and staying well! and after reading – and loving – that Eleanor biography, I’m really curious about White Houses. thank you for paving that road, too 🙂

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