And before you ask, he didn't just throw them away because he's incapable of putting anything in the trash. Anything! Dirty napkins, empty chip bags, pizza boxes.... they all get put on the counter beside the trash can instead of in the trash can. Drives me freaking nuts! He is SO going to pay!
But let's talk knitting.
As I mentioned the other day, the Antler hat is finished & looks to be perfect. Which is pretty amazing considering how many times I had to tink those damn cables. They were super easy cables but for some reason, I had a hard time counting. Repeatedly. I'm blaming it on Agents of S.H.E.I.L.D. on Netflix because really, I can count to eight. Normally.
Btw, is it still "tinking" when it's cables? It doesn't become "selbacing" does it? It sort of felt like it. Tinking cables is a royal pain in the rear.
The next secret project hat was going to be another cabled one but I got lazy & didn't feel like gauge swatching. Imagine that. Me not wanting to check for gauge. That never happens. Anyway, I wanted texture that I didn't have to swatch so it's simply 3 x 3 rib with the ribs changed up every six rows which forms a rectangle pattern. I haven't figured out how I'll do the decreasing yet. It will be one of those make it up as I go things.
So, what am I thankful for today? My dermatologist. She always gives me lots of samples that would cost me hundreds of dollars at the pharmacy & she calls zits "Friday night cyclops." Because in adults, they always pop up on Friday evenings just before some big function & they are always smack dab in the middle of your forehead. I love my dermatologist. Except when she insists that what I'm convinced is a cancer spot is an really just an old age spot. I really don't appreciate being told I have old age spots.