Between the hot weather and an appointment I had to deal with this week, knitting seems to have been the art of choice.
Alberta continues. The rows are now about 450 stitches so I am lucky if I get two rows done in a day.
The long rows caused me to look for something simpler.
Ten Stitch Blanket. Ten stitches per row, and you go round and round until it is big enough. the yarn is Bernat Baby Jacquard, so it changes colour as you knit, perfect for a project like this. This is my fourth attempt to get it to work. I think I've got it now. Earlier attempts, with a smaller needle, wouldn't lay flat.
I received a gift last week, from my dear friend, Cheryl.
Ladybird Knitwear. Cheryl knew how much I would love Doug on a shirt. It is too nice to sweat into, I think. I'm thinking loungewear, with a pair of leggings.
I must admit, Doug is much better at a triangle pose, than I am. I can't get my hand on the floor.
Yesterday, Baxter had a vet check, and his leg was declared sound. So, he is off to a new home, and Maddie has come to enjoy our Kitty Resort and Spa.