Accomplishments of the Week - June 10, 2018

par Elizabeth Sullivan June 11, 2018 1 Commentaire

Accomplishments of the Week - June 10, 2018

Accomplishment #1

This past week has been a tough one: teething baby, husband with a week-long migraine, preparing to move house in 3 weeks... so my first accomplishment has been to sort our cd collection and actually start packing a few boxes. Still a long way to go, but it feels good to have gotten started.

Stacks of cds and moving boxes

Accomplishment #2

The thing that's kept me going through the stressful week has been my knitting. I'm working on a new sock pattern using Pizzicato in the Palestra colourway to be released next month. It's very simple, so a good project for me right now when I'm only able to knit a few minutes here and there.

My son really loves the colour and has asked for a pair of socks for himself if there's any yarn leftover. I'm not sure I'll have enough for a full pair of socks, but I do have some grey Cobblestone left from another project, so between the two I should be able to make a pair of boy's socks.

P.S.Check out my new J Hendry project bag I picked up at Fibrefest. Kittens and yarn, so cute!

 





Elizabeth Sullivan
Elizabeth Sullivan

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Lucie
Lucie

June 12, 2018

I hope you move goes well and I hope Paul feels better soon, migraines are hell. I can’t wait for the sock patter to come out, I love it.

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