I finished the waist cables on my BBSweKniMo project! Hooray! I decided to only do 7 repeats, instead of 8, because I have a short waist(along with the rest of me). So now I'm doing stockinette, except for the rope cables at the front edges. ☺ I've come to the conclusion that I won't get this project done by the end of the month, so my goal is to get the body done. I have to do a few inches in stockinette, and an inch or so of garter stitch, and then add a crochet border and buttons and buttonholes. I'll do the sleeves next month, I guess. I'll be glad to get this sweater done, even though I won't be able to wear it until fall. I started designing it so long ago that I'm just ready to have it done.
I've been thinking about socks. Socks are nice, quick projects. And I have a gazillion sock patterns printed, and lots of sock yarn to go with them. So I think I'm going to set another goal, of knitting one pair of socks per month. That way, I'll have plenty of them when cold weather comes back. I loved wearing my handknit socks this past winter, but I only have three pairs, and none of them are superwash wool, so I have to wash them by hand. I think I'll start a KAL with my friends in the Bunker, if any of them are interested. I love our KALs! I'll bring up the idea tonight, when we meet in the chat room for our virtual Knit Night. ☺
Oh, my goodness, I totally forgot to post this yesterday! I got an email from Stacey at Knit Picks: they like my Julia Lynne cardigan! So I'll be knitting another one of those as soon as the yarn support arrives. I can't wait! I'm still waiting to see the pics from their photo shoot of my Evellyn Anne blanket; I'm not sure whether they'll want me to replace my pics in the pattern with theirs, or just use them for the "additional pictures" on the site. If it's the latter, that pattern might be up on the site tomorrow; if it's the former, it'll probably be another week.
I went to the gym this morning. I didn't want to. When I got there, I didn't want to exercise. While I was exercising I wanted to stop and go home...until I reached the 15-minute mark on the bike. When I was done, I was glad I was done. I have yardwork and knitting and laundry and cleaning to do. Haha.
Speaking of gardening...we were speaking of gardening, weren't we? I peeked at my sprouts again, and saw that I have cantaloupe and pumpkins and cucumbers sprouting too! Nothing yet with the lavender, but that usually takes longer. I started my tomatoes yesterday: Big Boy and Red Cherry and some seeds I saved from really yummy yellow tomatoes. And I started my Texas Bluebonnets too. I love Bluebonnets, but since it's the State Flower, it's illegal to pick them where they grow wild. This way, I'll be able to pick them and bring them inside. I haven't started digging yet; I'm waiting on the utility people to come mark the underground cables and such, to make sure that I don't cut anything.