Tending fine-fleeced Shetland sheep and a whole lot more on a small acreage in the Willamette Valley of Oregon
Hope you do get some knitting time in. But knowing your homemaker, wife, mother, shepherdess, equine duties . . . sigh. (Dagnabbit, sit and knit as much as you can anyway!)
I'll try, Mama Pea! Actually, my current gift project is rather addictive so I have spent more time on it than I should, considering our guest room is not yet ready for the occupant who is coming soon. But I spent yesterday knitting the same two rows, first with one wrong color, then another. Last night I finally got one of the two rows knitted correctly! But it's all knitting time, right? ;-)
Stunning skies - such a feeling of freedom in the second one, especially.
You must be knitting shawls! We've had some blue skies here today but the storms are on the way for overnight.
I see so many, Claire, but most of the time I'm not in a position to stop and capture them. I was watching the clouds all the way home that afternoon, and pulled over as soon as I turned up our hill where there is less traffic.Yes, one shawl, Theresa; I've never been happy trying to juggle multiple projects on the needles.
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