Friday, November 19, 2010

Wipe the Slate Clean

Nosevember is finally here in all its gray glory.  The first time I walked out of the office at 5:30 after the Daylight Savings Time weekend I had a horrible shock, as it was pitch dark!  Their seems to be a heavy expectancy in the air; the trees and fields anticipating snow, the people anticipating the Christmas rush.  It's time to be still and marshal one's strength.

Just because I haven't been blogging the knits doesn't mean the knits stopped happening.  They've backlogged into such a jumbled pile that I don't even know where to start in recording them all.  I've neglected updating Ravelry too.  Actually, my husband noticed that my Ravelry project page is prettier further down that it is at the top.  I don't know quite what's happened to my knitting lately, but I don't think my most recent batch of projects will help pretty up the page much.  It's all utilitarian, chill blocking stuff.

So, I'm just going to come clean with all my projects and we'll start fresh.  Works in progress abound and the next big thing is will hit me soon enough.

Let's start the parade:

Details on my Ravelry project page.


  1. You have definitely been busy with your knitting! I love the patterned blue and white socks!

    Yes, as Canadians we know snow is inevitable (well, unless you live in Vancouver or Victoria). Kamloops is having its first brush with winter right now. It is -12C and snowing up a storm.

  2. I tried a Maltese fisherman's hat once, but it turned out too small. They sure do look cozy, though.

    Love the way the stripes went spiral on those socks.

    And, um, girlfriend? All-over colorwork socks that are *that* stunning are NOT just utilitarian; they're utilitarian works of art!