Sunday, March 18, 2007

February's over and done with

I can't believe I haven't posted in a month! Sorry about that. Now I have so much to say, I'm a little overwhelmed. I'm just going to start with the here and now.

I'm basically only knitting monthly dishcloths at the moment. I couldn't resist buying 4 more skeins of Peaches and Creme cotton at Walmart. They were only $1.48 and in nice colors. Which brought my stash of kitchen cotton up to 20 skeins, but I'm down to 18 now. I haven't taken pictures of the last two ones.

I'm stitching more now than knitting, thanks to my two SALs. I'm up to date with the SecretSAL from Allt í kross. But I'll not be posting pictures of that. I'm also stitching Maryse's 'Maisons de Campagne' and just finished February.



As I finished this picture, I also finished listening to 'Age of Innocence'. What an ending. I recommend it. It's very interesting because it describes the lives of 19th century New York aristocracy.

3 comments:

Linda litlaskvis said...

It is beautiful! I have seen this SAL on various blogs and the more I see it the more I like it. Who knows, I might do these, or some of these sometime in the future!

Sigga Sif said...

Nice! I admire your patience - somehow I can't see myself doing embroidery although I'd really like to try it out.

Hey, when are you moving?

Sonja said...

I moved already, about 3 weeks ago. I managed to blog a little about it on my sonja.richter.org/dagbok weblog.