Okay I’m new here. I’ve never lived this near to a lake. I do know that it has been unseasonably warm…as in over freezing for much of the month. These Ice folks, I just can’t watch them. Within a few yards of the ice is open water. Do we need a fish that badly? I just don’t look long. I’m so not a risk taker.
This makes me sound incredibly dull. I like the familiar. The safe. The comfortable. When I do step outside my zone….well, you know what happened with Zach and I in the kayaks.
I’ll take my risks in yarn from my porch seat or comfy couch. I’m pretty sure few knit emergencies require a 911 call and rescue. No motorcycles, treks to Napal, eating raw cookie dough, or parachute jumping for this blogger. How about you?
The Back of my summer tank is finished. I’m really enjoying knitting this because the ribbing makes for rhythmic knitting. There are no rows to count, just inches to measure. I’m happy the front and back shoulders are joined with a three needle bind off. On with the front…..which will be knitted with the same color change from green lower to purple upper.