I knitted. Quite a lot. I got two more hats done for Dulaan. Both are from some handspun I had in the stash that I had done up in Koolaid dyes. It’s a bit rough so I did the one hat as a double thick with a nice soft inner hat made of some other stash yarn. 80% lambswool and 20% angora. Sooooo soft. I’m going to line the bonnet in polar fleece or flannel. The minute I find my sewing machine under the yarn. Yeah, like that’s going to happen!
I also got some more done on the Noro blanket. This stuff is like crack. Just one more square, I wanna see how the colours play out. No no, my shoulder if fine. What’s that? I wince and make a little animal noise each time I throw the yarn over the needle? Nah, that’s just silly. I’m fine.
Nate, mom and I did some day tripping too. We went to the Capilano Suspension Bridge and then up to Grouse Mountain. Gorgeous! Here is my knitting in the wild.
Poor mom thinks I’m off my nut. She isn’t fully understanding how many of us are off our nuts. Besides, the colours look pretty in a nice natural setting.
Oh, and here is my hunny bunny and mom. This is a nice little quiet place near the Three Sisters Ponds. This is Nate doing is best to follow the directions on the sign. Pretty eh? Note how mom just looks like she is trying to look polite and not stare. I’m so lucky!