My lithotripsy recovery goes on....and on. Every time I think I am over a hump it seems that my body smacks me in the head. Oh well, such is life. I was supposed to go to Madrona and I had to cancel (I am disappointed but clear on my priorities - I know that my buddies Carole and Manon are having a great time....small sob).
Thanks for all the well wishes and positive thoughts. I do appreciate it. I am hoping to get my organizational shit together and get visiting blogs....god I do tend to repeat myself.
On a more positive note I decided to participate in the hat trick KAL on the 'Puck This' Group over at Ravelry (granted, the hats were supposed to be posted by the end of January and even though I did have mine done as usual I am very slow on the posting....). I was able to get TWO hat tricks completed; one for Ed and one for Nick (would couldn't believe I would knit hats for Ed and NOT for him!).
Today the hats I knit for Ed (I still haven't photographed Nick's - a ribbed copy of his MAC sweater, a plain Merino hat and a Thorpe hat from some Manos). Ed's hats were quick and a good diversion through all the kidney drama. Two are Merino hats from Morehouse Farms.
3 Stranded Merino in Autumn Fields. It has a nice Carribean feel which Ed really likes. He has gotten a lot of positive comments when he wears it. Nice for such a simple little knit.
3 Stranded Merino in Grape Juice. The same pattern and a really nice quick quick knit.
The front view:
Warming Grace project (and now that I have finally figured out how to import all my old blogger posts to Typepad I will be fixing up her site as well....things do move slowly around here sometimes!). However, right now I am off to bed!