I pulled out the pattern last week along with some cool twisted yarn that I had found at the Humane Society thrift store many moons ago. It looked like it would work perfectly and I was right. After a test run and making some modifications to the pattern to accommodate the yarn weight, I was on my way and had the first glove done pretty quickly. The second went even faster since I wasn't trying to modify and adjust as I went along like I was with the first one. The pattern called for cuffs, but I left those off because I liked them just the way they were without the cuffs.
So here are my new fingerless gloves, which I am actually wearing as I type this. I have two more colors of the twisted yarn left, so I think I'm going to make a couple more pairs. As a side note, I found it very difficult to try and take a picture of my hand while holding the camera with the other hand!
And of course the felines are still around and keeping me entertained. I got a couple of pictures this past week. After two years of watching the other two go up on the plant shelves, Echo finally figured it out a month or so ago and now it is favorite past time. So here are the boys up on a perch overseeing us girls down below. I have vaulted ceilings, so they are about 8 or 9 feet up.
And Sassy looked so cute sleeping on the bed yesterday that I had to take a picture. The first picture is the first picture I took and the second is after she covered her eyes and begged me to stop taking her picture cause she needed her beauty sleep lol.
Hope everyone is keeping their stress to a minimum as they get ready for Christmas. I am flying north on Sunday for about ten days. I am all packed except for toiletries so way ahead of schedule. Half the stuff packed is either Christmas gifts or extra towels I'm transporting since we are hosting Christmas and are a bit short in that department. I had a set of brand new ones down here, so it seemed silly to buy more up there if I could just bring these. Thanks to space saver bags, I was able to fit them in. I put Scott's quilt in one of the bags too, so that is also in my suitcase, along with my hand mixer, some food items I am taking, a pinking shears, and some large pocket knives that Scott bought at Cabala's while he was here for Thanksgiving. I would love to see what TSA does with all of that! I hope they don't mess up my stuff too much. It is perfectly packed right now so everything fits.
As I was previewing this post, I heard the birds scatter outside and looked out to see this guy on the wall. Guess he wanted breakfast too.