Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Missing: One pair of socks

My Twisted Tweed Sock has gone missing. I know that I had it a week ago Monday, because I knit on it before my 1:45 hearing. After that, who knows. I have inquired at the various courtrooms that I frequent. Nothing. (Though, I assume that if court staff found knitting, they would assume that it is mine. Me and my knitting is not exactly unknown around the place.) I have searched the house and the office. Nada.

It is a cruel injustice to lose a sock when it is only a half inch from completing the pair. I hope that whoever finds it knits, so that they can finish the socks and enjoy them.

I will never knit again. . . . I will never knit socks again. . . . I will never knit THOSE socks again.

I will hold onto the slim chance that the socks are whereever the remote control spent two days hiding.

Today, it is all about the MIA.

Sunday, April 17, 2011

1000 served

My blog had the 1000th guest last week. Since I started keeping count of such things, that is. How exciting.

Also accomplished (almost!) is my Twisted Tweed Socks. The foot is finished, and all that is left is the toe. I am already planning its finished presentation method on the blog.

We are to a family Easter Egg hunt today, so if I can get the husband to drive, maybe it would even be finished today!

Today, it is all about the counting, and for once I don't mean stitches.

Friday, April 1, 2011

The Home Stretch

I love it when you can see the end of a project getting closer. It makes you want to knit them all the time, knit nothing else, sprint to the end. I am like that with my Twisted Tweed Socks. (Cutely modeled by Doodlebug.)

Only inch and a bit and toe left on the second sock. I will be wearing these puppies in no time. Just in time for warm weather.

Come to think of it, maybe I should get too optomistic. I still have to Kitchner.

Today, it is all about the sprint.