With thoughts, and occasional rants, on farm, family and crafting. Just to stay sane, I knit. A lot!
Sunday, November 21, 2010
Deer Hunter's Widow's Revenge Day
Saturday was the Deer Hunter's Widows Revenge day at the Old Farm Girl. Lots of food. Lots of fun. Lots of Knitting.
I presented Evelyn with the completed Moebius. I couldn't resist giving it to her. It is definitely her color. This one begs to be wrapped as a scarf, and since I have nearly no neck, it looks much better on her. Fun to knit. I will soon be starting Shrieks in the Night Moebius, in a non-curling stitch. It is a very fun knit.
As I mentioned, lots of knitting was going on. I got there with only one underarm to graft on Evelyns Wallaby. She was delighted to see that ready for her as well. I also managed to get a good deal of the border on my Pi Are Square Shawl done.
In the meantime, I practiced tabletop stealth pictures. I got pretty good at it.
We also had games and prices. Knitting and crocheting blindfolded, one handed and wearing gloves. Luckily I didn't get pictures of us in our "blindfolds." Lacking enough scarves, we tucked a brown jersey glove behind our glasses and knit away blindly.
We laughed, we knit, we ate, we laughed some more. A GREAT time was had by all who came.
Did I mention we ate? Best chocolate cookies ever!!