Good Morning All!
What a beautiful morning. A bit of a nip in the air, but it is supposed to get up to 60 today! Guess we have no snow in the forecast for a little while....
Meanwhile, thanks to everyone who participated in the I LOVE Fall KAL hosted by Dee (and not so much by me). It was a lot of fun, wasn't it? If you remember, I have a prize to give away and this morning, using the random number generator, I drew a name: Valerie!! I had planned to have Tyg chose the winner, but he was outside more than in last night and he left the house early this morning (before 5 a.m.!!).
Val - please email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) your snail mail address and I'll get your package out pronto.
Thanks, too, for your comments on my yarn barf. I had checked the yarn and could see no sign of any critters...no egg cases or little larval cases or anything. The weird thing, too, is that each skein broke in roughly the same place (I've looked at 3 and have 3 more to attempt to wind). Each skein is an ounce and each one breaks around 0.8 oz. All my other yarn is fine (as far as I know...). These particular skeins had been (and still are) in a plastic bag.
Anyway, for now those are put aside and I will pick them up again once I complete some secret Christmas knitting (some of which is in the bag I brought to work today...hoping to take a nice healthy lunch break and crank out some knitting).
Has anyone looked at the latest MDK Field Guide - Sequences? Corrugated Shawl is calling out to me. It is beautiful! All of the projects in this Field Guide are super. If you haven't seen it - check it out.