I'm plugging away on the shawl for my friend's daughter. I had in my head that her graduation was this weekend, and I was thinking that there was no way it would be done in time for my friend to take with her to Berkeley, but was consoling myself that at least it would be here when they came back. So I checked in with my friend today, and it turns out that the graduation is a week from this weekend. Hooray! It suddenly seems like I have all the time in the world.
latest ebook release, which I highly recommend, if anyone is looking for something that will make them think, and perhaps foam at the mouth, in a good sort of way). It's not a difficult or mind-consuming knit, but a fun one. I'm done with the striping, so now it's only
the gray border to go. And I have a two-hour Senate meeting this
afternoon, which should translate to some progress.
In fact, here you can see the meeting prep corner of my office.
endless stockinette scarf); the Whippoorwill is in the bag to the right, which I'm pleased I remembered today. (I actually took a few more office pictures today; perhaps a virtual office tour may be forthcoming at some point...)
And speaking of spindling, tomorrow night and next Thursday, I get to teach another spindling class at my LYS! I always look forward to these classes - I just wish that there was some always-good time to offer them. Whether I do the two-part series on Thursday nights or Saturday mornings, there's someone who was hoping to take it who can't make it at that time (scheduling college classes is the same way, alas). But if there's anyone local who is interested and available, there are still spots left. Not only is it a fun class, but I happen to know that we still have some fiber from DesigKnit, and I'll be bringing the yarn I spun from a combination of her BFL and Polwarth, for petting and inspiration.