|I so wish I was the Principal Porko|
But even with all this sewing, I admit that I have fit in a minute or two of knitting, including a lovely night spent at the new SnB held on Tuesday nights at Crafternoon Cafe, on Nicholson St. It's a cute-as-pie venue and the girl who runs the cafe (well woman, but she seems about my age, and I'm still a girl, right?) is adorable and makes DELICOUS foods, and let's me EAT BREAKFAST FOR DINNER. She's the best. So you should all go there, and take your kids, it's so kid friendly, with craft activities including play dough and plenty of glitter (as in, mess up the cafe and not your own home, profit). Note: they are closed on Wednesdays, don't go on a Wednesday.
So this is why the Effortless Cardigan isn't exactly flying of the needles, even with my EXTREME love for what the finished item will be, I really can't wait to wear it. I've *just* cast on the the 34 sts each side for the extended fronts, and the next two rows will get me up to separating the sleeves, GET EXITED! then starts miles of mindless stocking stitch, I can't wait. I have 6 seasons of Pacey's Pond to get through and I think this is just the project for that. Oh Joshua Jackson, how so dreamy?
|yes, that is Pacey Witter wearing a knitted sweater|
Also, one of my very most favourite babies was seen wearing one of my most favourite knits, that I put together for him in the days after he was born and I may have shed a few happy tears seeing him look so cute. WHY DO BABIES MAKE ALL THINGS BETTER? They just do. So does knitting, and when the two combine, I am powerless to resist.