Tuesday, November 13, 2007

What I knit as the cold settles in (aka WWCS post)

As it gets cold here my thoughts of what all I want to knit expands, but doesn't really change. What I am knitting doesn't really change that much either. I mean I have this scarf I need to finish after all (I am on row 943 out of 1140!!!). However since I need that knitter's gratification thing (Is it done yet? Is anything done yet?), I toss in a dish cloth or two, or a hat, and I might just start a sock or something. I always have more ideas of what to make (be that knitting, cooking, beading, sewing, or whatever) than I really have going at any given time.
As soon as I finish this scarf up, I have a sweater I promised a young man this summer. I also keep thinking about fingerless mitts or fold-back mittens though, does thinking about adding projects count?

I have been thinking about knitting a bed for a certain someone, but she seems to have adopted a shawl I made several years ago for my grandmother as her personal daytime sleeping spot.(You know, sleeping, when she isn't climbing on or into something or place.)

7 comments:

Amin Abdulloh said...

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Bobbi said...

what a cutie!

Karen said...

Missed you tonight at knitting! Hope you are doing something fun instead. Watch for an e-mail from Judy about the craft show on Saturday. See you then.

Suzanne B said...

Oribel is so cute it almost makes me want another one..........until one the ones I have comes along... :)

Judy said...

We missed you at knitting, but as promised, we talked about you. :P

Giz thinks Oribel is spot on by finding the best napping areas--and hand knits top that. She says that her knitted kitty pi from wendyknits.net is her favorite place to spend the day--if there's no fresh clean laundry on the bed waiting to be put away.

vegasangelbrat said...

I love your certain someone!! My certain someone took over one of my "use to be" dailey felted bags...lol I foresee a cat bed in my future too :)

emicat said...

Awww, your kitty looks so cute. I love how they find the softest, warmest spots of the home to sleep.