Progress Report Project 01
Some Mara knittery using this glorious stuff (the heavyweight sock yarn). I’m nearing the finishing line. As much as can be nearing finished when every rib row takes the best part of half an hour. More than once, I’ve pondered switching to that speedier, continental-style of knitting.
Progress Report Project 02
Best hold your nose. If you’re right up close to the ex-Dinosaur Egg, it is possible to catch a waft of the delight that is two-week-old Moss Spore and Yoghurt Milkshake.
Excitingly, I read something (misguided?) that such mould is good. After, six weeks and following simultaneous planetary alignment, a lottery win, the unearthing of a pair of matching socks chez Myrtleandeunice and the discovery of a fulfilling career allowing work/life balance and all else that currently seems a smidgeon unlikely (I never buy lottery tickets), the moss should begin to sprout. Fingers crossed.
Please note: that stuff looking disconcertingly like two-week-old Moss Spore and Yoghurt Milkshake, is not. When not wet, that there is a delicately-furred, living, (mildly stinky) organism.
Progress Report Project 03
20 x 20 centimetre squares of knitted love to be combined with others from the school community into a blanket of care, warmth and support.
One heck of a lady has a fight on her hands and even if the prognosis wasn’t FABULOUS, I’d still back her for a knockout win any bloomin’ day.
In the interests of full disclosure, there are no less than seventy three other projects-in-progress and at various stages of completion. Some have not been touched in years.
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