Let the Circle Be Unbroken by Mildred D. Taylor. I actually made more progress on this since I took a long bath on Friday and was able to soak and read for a bit. It was sinfully delightful and so needed.
You get two pictures today .. and neither of them is a baby blanket. Perhaps you’ll see that on Friday. First up is a sad lonely cuff of a glove. There can only be one. See, one of Dragon’s fingerless gloves that I knit him jumped out of his jacket pocket and ran away. Its poor mate is crying. We can’t have that. Luckily I ‘think’ I have enough of the grey to reknit a cuff and plenty of the black to do the rest of the glove. At least Dragon has something to wear, should he need it since I pulled out the fingers on his other gloves and reknit them longer this weekend. The man has ‘very’ long fingers.
Second we have a Chinook Shawl. I only started it last night but I’m already up to row 7. Pretty impressive considering that my brain was a wee bit broke. This whole “start my own business” thing is hard. Nothing like a little lace to soothe my beleaguered mind. You know … if anybody ever needs proof of my insanity, I think I just gave it to them. Lace is not calming to most people, and given the anguished whimper I let out at nearly midnight it wasn’t very calming when I realized I’d knit the wrong row and had to undo it. At least I’m working the shawl on straights for a little bit, long enough to get the pattern established before I put it onto circulars and the yarn over start floating over the stitch markers and I lose where they belong.