Thursday, September 20, 2007

Short and to the Point

It’s OK everyone – I haven’t been hit by a bus – merely lots of visitations and social events!

Also had Princess return after a mere 7 hours sleep (instead of the usual 12-13) a little on the feral side – she slept well last night and should be OK by tomorrow. It’s been very social, with the lovely and blogless Jill visiting to carry out her threat of teaching me to cable without a cable needle. I have done one row of Juno using this technique and think that if I practice I will improve. She is quite right – once I have it organised I think it will be faster, and has the advantage of not needing a third hand!

Tomorrow the lovely Knitting Knight is visiting – so I’m looking forward to meeting her and her brood – should be great fun, and her children and mine will probably form a pack and run free!

It was going to be a very deep and meaningful posting today, but it may have to wait until Sunday!

Enjoy the fun of Friday and the 2 days of potential knitting stretching out before you!


Five Ferns Fibreholic said...

Wanting as much knitting time in the evening and having to get up at 6am every morning has made me a little feral myself.

Jill said...

Thanks for the coffee and the hospitality. It was lovely to spend some time with a like-minded knitter. I hope you find the cabling without a cable needle proves as handy for you as it does for me.

Thanks also for the LYS tip - called in on my way home and ended up buying a heap of velvet ribbon yarn, and looking very hard at some other things. I think they may have the buttons for my bi-colour cable cardi, too.

2paw said...

I think Sleep Overs are a misnomer: they are Awake Overs as far as I can tell!! Have a lovely day tomorrow!!!

Raven said...

The first 'sleep' over is always the hardest.

Otherwise, it sounds like you are having a good time. Learning a new skill is always fun.