The socks got started, but sadly, remain only partially complete.
You have not experienced any kind of senior moment; I was negligent in not returning your needles to you in a timely manner...
(I've had a few glasses of a lovely Shiraz with pizza for dinner; hence the colourful way I'm writing tonight!)
I have located and 'rounded' up your needles and will get them in the mail tomorrow (or Monday). Thanks again for your help; no one understands a knitter's needs like another knitter. :-)
O.K. so here was one of my finds at the KW Fair. Sock yarn with Stirling Silver!! It's new!! I don't know why I thought I should have it, but I know it's mine!
A lovely black/navy clolourway, with a hint of shine, named Midnight (as you can see on the label---duh)---love it!
Now for something that doesn't need to be knit!
This lovely lady? This is Agnes. Isn't she lovely?
'Lovely' seems to be the word of the evening.
Anyway, Agnes came home with me from the last Creative Festival; just because she's so special!
While in Kitchener I met up with the lovely (again) people at BLACK SHEEP AND EWE and met Dorothy.
I love her sweater and still dream of making one very similar!
I also found....
I love Jack.
Jack is a sweetheart and someday I hope to go to his wedding.
That, however, is another story!