Ack it can’t be only a few hours til Friday!!

*deep breath*

So, yeah, didn’t get as much done on the Thesis front as I meant too this week… oh well… it is not quite over yet.

On the knitting front:

*Jaywalkers in Shepherd Sock (Lorna’s Laces) Pin Stripe are coming along nicely – a pattern I can knit in the movie theatre… while watching Rambo… and even get the heel started is always a plus in my book. I’m doing them toe up and I used a short row heel, because – dude, you ever try to knit a heel flap toe up in the theatre watching Rambo?! I seriously lucked out because the Thrifty Knitter’s Sock Club decided to have Jaywalkers be one of the options for March – so I’ll actually get to partially knit them in March (as I don’t think I’ll be finishing them in the next week), which is cool because I finished the February ones… before February started….

*My first stitch markers from a swap over at Stuff Knitters Want arrived (this is the blog link but the whole thing is actually run via a yahoo group). They are adorable hearts with words on them – I’ve already got two on the shawl I’m knitting now.
*Mom’s birthday shawl is more than half done. I’ve got another 5 bead rows (of 15 with 31 rows between the 3 rows which in my head constitute ‘a’ bead row). I screwed up the third bead row so I’m going to screw up the same way on the 13th. It is knitting up really nice – the pattern is super easy – 5sts of seed st on each end, every thing else is mindless stockinette. The yarn is really soft (Suri Merino) and it is going to be really warm. I needs to be finished for the 8th and I think I can manage that.*I found a pattern I think will solve my left over sock yarn ‘problem’ – it is a cushion pattern based on different geometric shapes, I’m starting with the pattern and I’ll be expanding (I’ve already altered the scale – to be about 3x larger) to make a blanket.

*My little sister – the one at the military college – wants to learn to knit. She bought stuff today to knit the Hangover Helpers from Son of SnB, which is the project which has inspired her desire to learn.

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