My "needles without eyes" have been in overdrive this week as the end is in sight on the "Twenties Chic" top. I am pleased with the way this has turned out and even more delighted that my poor shoulders which generally creak and groan and demand attention with any repetitive action, have survived this marathon well. That final surgery four years ago has certainly made knitting more pleasurable. The handsome surgeon was called Mr Wright so what else could one expect!
In between knit purl and its various combinations, I have completed part 10 of the Confetti of Hardanger HAL. Picots and I have reached an equable relationship but we will never be best of friends!
this great webpage with lots of free charts?
My Hari Kuyo Needlebook is making progress too. The "final resting place" felt pad (well, doctors flannel if we want to be absolutely precise) for the inside back cover is completed and my next decision has to be on the tape/rouleau/ribbon with which to fasten the book.
And the tired eyes....? It's all Ian Rankin's fault! At the library on Saturday to pick out some large print books for the HD3QEM's holiday reading, I spied the latest Inspector Rebus on the What's Hot shelf. Irresistible and once started, unstoppable. Not all of my requests have come yet. At least the email I received told me that five were ready but there's still another 14 on request. I am part way through and enjoying The Woman Who Went to Bed For a Year, so I can wait a little longer.
Cute isn't it - well for cat lovers it is.