See, I need just three more blocks and a bunch of border. It's been one of those projects I turn to when I'm tired but still wanna knit. You know, when the spirit is willing but the body is weak -- oh, wait! That goes the other way I think.
Well, anyway, you get the idea. The patterns are mindless and non-taxing. The yarn is soft and wonderful. And I do love the colors.
The pink and green pinwheel is in the center. Maybe this is a better view?
|This view shows the textures in each block. The border|
strips will pull it all together.
So, you get the idea -- this one will be done when it's done and not a minute sooner. I drag the border knitting around with me, to meetings and for waiting till the school bell sounds the dismissal.
I confess I'm excited to anticipate the arrival of my Mother's Day gift. I decided on some very special yarn from Megan Goodacre and one of her Tricksy Knitter fabulous new patterns. Peek here.
My husband asked me what I wanted for Mother's Day. You get the idea . . . (so, apparently, did he!)