I'm wrapping up my month in Norway, visiting my daughter and granddaughter. Sometimes I wonder what I'll do today, and then the day is over! There's some frustration living 8 time zones away from "grandpa", knowing he'd love to be sharing the experiences. Yet, when I call him at midnight, he doesn't always seem enthusiastic.
The plan from before I packed for this trip was to bring back beautiful cashmere yarn that my daughter had purchased but was languishing in my stash. I started a scarf, and meant for it to remain in Norway. I revamped the scarf idea, and here it is, two weeks later... looking like life with a toddler strikes again. Of course, the yarn is coming home with me... I'm almost up to the armhole split, and I've purchased another yarn to complete the project because I'm quite sure I won't have enough of the cashmere. I'm using it doubled.
Here's the updated picture for today:
But wait, what's this? The finished sweater?
Future blog vote, please:
A: Title: Third Time's A Charm. Above vest is frogged, and revisited yet again as... something in single weight yarn.
B: Title: Twins! A finished garment during toddler visit.
C: Title: ______; Well, maybe there's no blog about it again.
Month of June: I have knitted and finished a hat and a mouse and sewn a cover for a clothes drying rack to convert it into a playhouse. Under construction are some quilt blocks, and frankly, I'm not sure what else! They just seem to crop up, and there I am-- making something I've never done before! That's toddler progress!