A few days at home dedicated to just fun hasn't yielded a lot of progress on the craft front for some reason. We've been in and out of the house and there actually hasn't been a lot of down time. The next three days are a little busy but low-key enough to get a little more done.
The light isn't good this morning, but I wanted to show some pictures of my snail's pace progress on the whisper cardigan. So, If I wanted to pretend that my progress wasn't as slow or that I'd been able to use those 20 hours super efficiently, I'd show you this and call it a day. Can't really tell what you're looking at, can you? Just some pretty grey lace. (Ooooh, pretty, fuzzy, soft grey lace - it really is yummy.)
This weekend Sean and I are headed to Atlanta for a "Bachelorette sleepover" party. His sister Cailtin is getting married this summer and this weekend turned into a pre-gathering of sorts for immediate family. We are driving. I can't remeber why we thought it was a good idea to drive to Atlanta from Washington, DC. I think it had something to do with bringing Huckleberry.
One of my goals for 2009 was to try knitting again. My mother-in-law taught me to knit and purl a few years ago. I made a few awkward scarves and never really gave myself the time to learn how to read a pattern. It slipped away from me. Then I got into crochet. It was during a time in my life when I was in serious need of a distraction so I got into it in a serious way.