We've had a time over at Box O'Docs, with a update to the billing system that failed to edit the way it was supposed to do. A week after closing last month's books, we're finally getting a few tweaks in the system that are allowing some edits to be worked. Whew!
I had been working on my Kara capelet, after finishing the Allotrope cowl and before finally biting the bullet and deciding on a pattern for the grand nephew's shawl. But once again the Kara has been laid aside. I cast on for the EZ 100th Anniversary Half-Circle Camping shawl, and I'm loving it. It has just been flying along. The only "problem" I have is putting it down, which I need to do because my hands are hurting. So I'm trying to limit myself to just two rows, taking a break, and maybe coming back later for another two rows. But look at it!
Last night I finally got around to watching the first two episodes of Vikings, dang but Rollo is a good-lookin' dude! And little Beorn! What a cutie. I only started watching this series on TV in the third season, when Beorn is grown -- and still a cutie! But as least as much of a badass as his daddy.
I guess that's to be expected from the shield-maiden's boy.
Well, I have been thinking hard about a halter top for a niece. All the pictures she showed me were of crocheted tops, and I'm pretty sure I can find a pattern (although most seem to be swimsuit tops, very minimal and probably not meeting her Mama's standards), but I don't want to do even that much crochet. So, how to knit one that will provide the required coverage? I have an idea, which would allow me to practice a technique I haven't used much, and also allow me to try something new. I suspect some maths may be involved, but if I can get it working the coverage will not be an issue. Stay tuned for developments.