The weather, as I mentioned in a previous post, has turned chilly all of a sudden. I am so glad I am knitting that jacket. Gosh, I hope it fits, cos after all that work, if it doesn't fit, guess who's going to be very angry and frustrated!
I have no progress pictures yet. I have completed a front and two sleeves, and am now about 15% into the second front. I am leaving the back for last as it's the easiest part, I think.Warming Grace
Have you read about this little girl
? Look at those eyes.. how could I not? I even have a ball of pink wool that's oh so soft! If you want to read more about Grace, click here
. SO, it's decided.. I am going to set aside all my projects to have at least one square ready for sending out by the end of this week - it does take at least a week or two for stuff to get to Canada... yes, even by airmail, and no, I am not paying courier fees!Lenten Sockrifice
Is not happening. I haven't bought any yarn, but I have also not been knitting for charity much. That's probably one of the reasons why I want to make those squares for Grace. I hope to be able to make at least 2 squaresby the weekend. Amibitious? I think so.Wedding underskirt/petticoat/slip/whatchamacallit
The fabric has been cut. I just need to sew it up now. That's a job for another day. It was unnerving enough to cut the fabric.. I will have to get the hang of sewing in a straight line before I attempt to sew up that skirt. I don't think I am cut out to be a seamstress. I hated cutting into teh fabric. I was so afraid I was going to make a mistake. It's not that ahard cutting a straight line, but I nearly needed a stiff drink before I could do it!
I am certainly re-thinking those curtains. You know, those curtains I thought I'd make for our living room. What was I thinking?!
I'm going to leave you with a picture of our wedding invitations: