Whew! It's Friday already. Where did the week go? It's that time of year when the days are in a race with each other, a race to see which one can whiz by the fastest. In the end they all go by so quickly they are but a blur in my memory.
While I can't make time slow down or stand still, I can mark time with my knitting. If I have a meeting or an appointment, I always know I'll have time for knitting. The time spent waiting for kids is more time for knitting. I've started to look forward to those meetings, appointments and waits as designated time for knitting. While I can't always control the pace of my days, I can sweeten them a bit with time for knitting.
Last weekend I cast on another round of projects. Most of them have received attention off and on over the week. The Man Mitts are coming along nicely. I don't have a decent picture - maybe next time. They seem like they will be a good fit, but only time will tell.
My obsession with Pogona is still going strong. I made a Gourd colored one but am reserving that one as a booth sample. I had no choice but to cast on another one for myself.
This gray colorway, Pumice, is equally as striking as the Gourd. I had a bit of a hiccup while doing set up rows during a meeting, but I'm back on track now. I love the rhythm of this pattern - relaxing but not totally mindless. I'm about to start the third section which will carry me to the end.
My color inspiration for the week comes from a park where the wooden fence posts are covered with this moss-like growth.
Day-glo green. A striking contrast to brown leaves and bare trees.