Michael isn't even a hurricane anymore, but... good grief! There were no bands of warning rain. Michael simply arrived and it began to
|Ferrum from Unplanned Peacock Studio|
I was too impatient to photograph the yarn while it was in it's original skein form. It's another fiber festival yarn purchase. The yarn comes from Unplanned Peacock Studio and is an absolute delight to knit with.
Thanks to Karen's suggestion over at Pumpkin Sunrise, I'm knitting a Purl Ridge Scarf. The pattern is a very simple, free one from Stephen West.
|Purl Ridge Scarf|
I'm so happy to be knitting such a simple pattern on such lovely yarn, specially tonight. (I'm typing this Thurs. night.) At this rate, I don't expect the power to stay on for long. Heck, I don't know how it's stayed on this long. Anyway, this cowl pattern will be The perfect project for knitting in the dark while we wait out Michael's departure.
And while we're talking about Michael, my thoughts and prayers go out to those in Florida. And the Carolina's for that matter. They certainly did not need any more rain! I can not imagine what this storm must have felt like in Florida if it's this strong in Virginia. And I imagine a lot of folks rode the storm out in Florida because there wasn't much advance notice of this one. Anyway, my thoughts and prayers are with those down south.