Ok, so the title may not make sense and I’m not really sure how we got there. I think we were talking about grandkids and names. Anyway, what can you do with a sentence like that? I couldn’t let it fall on the proverbial cutting floor.
She wants to knit the Etched Rio Wrap in Acadia for a dear friend who likes green. Jane doesn’t like knitting in green (the way I don’t like knitting in yellow). The things we do for special friends. It’s our cross to bear.
Allison is knitting The Easy Folded Poncho in Cricket (DK: 80% Merino, 10% Nylon, 10% Cashmere, 250 yards). Easy peasy, lemon squeezy. Really, stockinette rectangle. Use an awesome yarn like Cricket and you have an easy to wear, simply elegant poncho.
|A Set of Wedding Accessories to knit.|
I caught up with Mary and her assorted projects. Mary has a “Mary Poppins Bag”. You wouldn’t believe the number of projects that come pouring out! She is an organizational lesson to all of us, each project is in a different bag complete with directions and notes.
I said that it was medieval in character, not really that much science fiction/fantasy. Then I was reminded that the show has dragons, giants, dead ice zombies, and a red queen. Fine. I guess I read/watch a lot more science fiction/fantasy than I thought if I think Game of Thrones is light on the science fiction/fantasy.
Cindy is knitting a Baby Hooded Wrap Cardigan. When she finishes knitting the body, she’ll work from the existing stitches and work the hood.
I’ll leaving you with a story and a little knitting…