Thursday, June 02, 2011

Good night. Good morning. Whatever.

It's almost 4 a.m. and I'm trying to unwind enough to go to bed. I'm in the last throes of deadline psychosis and I can't tell night from day. So goes the life of the working writer.

About three weeks ago I took away my knitting needles and I refuse to give them back to myself until I finish the book. It's very good incentive but it makes me exceedingly sad to be without.

So here's a sweater I knitted earlier this winter for one of our family's new babies.

LinkThis is the Seamless Baby Sweater designed by Emily Watts and I found it (where else?) on Ravelry.

I used Noro Silk Garden #8 which was probably a ridiculous choice for a baby but I love it. Totally love it. I think I used a 24 inch US6 circular but don't quote me.

It's an easy, satisfying knit that makes a great gift.

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Blogger KnitTech said...

Hope you finish the book soon.

8:10 AM  
Blogger Elizabeth Delisi said...

You're a better man than I am, Gunga Din... :-) I can't imagine giving up my knitting needles! Probably why I have at least three unfinished books. (sigh)

12:53 PM  
Blogger kozmic said...

Its gorgeous Barbara!
And on a happy note my wee 'Peanut' has finally gone home from hospital :0)

3:44 AM  
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