Casting On with Big Needles
This weekend was super lazy, slow and kind. Yesterday and today we were in no hurry to do much of anything. I listened to podcasts and knit on my shawl. I knit more on my shawl and read at the same time then bound off all those stitches. Today I buried the threads and took some photos.
I attacked the crossword puzzles and sudokus, read the local paper that tends to be more gossip than news-still I can't help but read it. THE cold front arrived and this morning there was a chill in the air that was welcomed. Even Frodo lifted his little nose and squinted his eyes to take it all in. When you squint your eyes, you can smell better.
I was successful in talking my husband into making a curry (read that I did not have to cook!) which we just ate, and we have leftovers for another day. The kitchen is tidied up and I'm going back to my knitting in a bit. Because of this meal my sore throat is almost gone.
Hold onto your hats (or britches) because I've cast on a project with size 10 needles, I KNOW! It's unheard of, it's a miracle and let me tell you, it is mighty fast knitting :) More on that project some other day.
How was your weekend?