DATE: 5:05:00 PM
I bet you're thinking it's about time I did a new post so I can move that gawd awful picture down the page a bit.
Anyway, here's the progress on Marilyn:
The front and back laid out, waiting for their sleeves.
Oh, here they are just starting the increases. As you can see I'm knitting them in tandum; a great way to avoid second sleeve syndrome.
And my Secret Knitting Pal sent me another package!
It's Wren Ross's Greatest Knits, a CD of five songs were Ms. Ross has taken well-known songs and changed the lyrics to appeal to fiber and knitting addict. Here's a verse from the traditional song, Ba Ba Blacksheep:
"Ba Ba Blacksheep I've got something to admit,
There ain't a day goes by that I don't knit.
I knit in the morning, I knit in the night
I knit while I'm driving and I'm stopped at the light.
Ba Ba Blacksheep this is what I do,
Give me your size and I'll knit something for you."
The songs are well-done with a quirky sense of humor that is sure to bring a smile to your face. Thank you Secret Knitting Pal.