To Do

Knitting
• The Clementine Shawl still awaits grafting.

• The top-secret gift project is some edging and two side seams from completion (and has been at this point for far too long now).

• I haven’t worked on the Origami Cardi in weeks.

• I have been playing with some simple design ideas using dishcloth cotton.

• I’m also playing with a more complicated idea that sort of answers the question “what would happen if a dishcloth went on growth hormone?”

• I’m signed up for Dishrag Tag and Mystery Stole 3.

• And because that isn’t enough to do, yesterday I started a scarf just so I could see how one of the hand-dyed skeins from Tall Grass Yarns works up. (And how does it look?: pretty and bright and quite nice. Pic this weekend, along with pattern info.)

Non-Knitting
• I have discarded all the obscure foodstuffs that I didn’t get bagged before the termite tenting, but now I need to wash out the empty containers, so I can put them in recycling.

• As long as I’m at it, I should probably see what I can do about relocating the yarn that I’ve been shoving into the pantry cupboard just to keep it out of Sparky’s paws.

• I need to unpack from my trip to my sister’s home.

• I have to do at least some cleaning before my niece comes for a three-night stay. (I loved staying with my Grandma when I was little, but I was always a bit afraid too, as she’d pretty much given up on battling cobwebs and there were daddy long-legs in all sorts of corners. When I was a kid, all spiders terrified me. I can now comfortably face—and relocate—daddy long-legs, but anything larger still makes my stomach lurch and my hands sweat. At any rate, I don’t want my niece to consider a visit to my home a mixed blessing.)

July 05 2007 12:14 pm | Uncategorized

2 Responses to “To Do”

  1. clarabelle on 05 Jul 2007 at 1:25 pm #

    Do like your knitting projects at the moment, esp the Origami cardie!

    And I share your dislike of spiders… though daddy long-legs are just about ok by me, enormous house spiders are enough to make me hyperventilate and leave home. Eeek and yuck.

  2. Laurie on 06 Jul 2007 at 3:42 pm #

    Welcome to MS3! I’m having fun with my stole, although it’s much more difficult than the dishrag! Cathy (from our team) is doing it, too.

    Laurie

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