I've sleeping a lot lately, but I still feel tired. It seems I can't concentrate on anything for more than five minutes at a time, which is having a drastic effect on my work and knitting. And it snowed today, a lot. Usually this would cheer me up, but today I could have used the sunshine. Anyone else having the spring blahs?
Yowza! That's some big money! More yarn? :)
Yes, more yarn for the moths... No! I'm determined to use some of my stash before buying yarn. (This doesn't apply to any silk or cotton yarn I'm buying. Don't look at me like that, I have to get some summer yarn.)
And Cookie wrote:
Oh, cute kitty! Did you know the cat would like the bed before you made it? I've been thinking of knitting one for my cat, but she doesn't usually sleep in things like that, so I don't know if she'd use it.
Yes, I did know that Bettina likes to have an array of various beds and blankets. And if it gets too cold, she'll crawl under the sheets and bed covers (last picture).
Cookie then continued:
As for mohair, my skin is pretty sensitive to it too. I don't have a problem knitting it, but my arms and neck would have a problem with rubbing against it. So maybe not an allergy exactly? I'm not sure how that works.
I think she could be right, the rubbing seems to be the reason for the "rash" (if that's what it is). And yes, Agnes, the long-sleeved shirt takes care of that problem. The sweater is very warm as it is, and with a shirt underneath it I'm ready for an expedition to Antarctica.
Speaking of warm sweaters, Lillehammer is crawling along at a snail's pace.
Heh, I'm determined to finish it though.