With anything, it seems these days. I give up trying to predict when my life is going to normalize. I did just finish a big project at work, and we're going on vacation in a couple of weeks. And, oh look, there's someone new in my life!
Her name is Callie, she's an 8 year old Maltese rescue and she is fluffy and adorable and we love her to death. I could gush for hours, but I'll try to restrain myself. Know that she is as snuggly as she looks and then some. Spunky, too!
Okay, I said I would stop.
I said last time I would show you Firebird and Zephyr Cove.
....Yeah, let's just move on. The only WIP I'm even remotely on schedule with is Winter's Moon. I'm on the edging, and about a third of the way across the shawl. My goal is to finish this one before Romi releases the next Pins and Lace installment...which should be any day now.
I only made it through clue 3 of the Mystery Shawl, but I think that's working out in my favor, since the next clue can be repeated to enlarge the shawl and I have plenty of yarn, so I may do so. The next clue introduces the second color, which I have to wind before I can start. (I hate this picture. Ali's yarn is so gorgeous and my pics are so inadequate.)
I'd feel like I was in good shape, except I am determined to knit Misselthwaite, which currently looks like this.
Romi's next shawl in the Home is Where the Heart Is series is rapidly approaching as well, and I have no doubt it will be out as soon as the test knitters fling it off their needles. I have no more time to blog! I must go knit!