Greetings, fellow readers. David seems to have beaten the laptop cord into temporary submission, so I can once again email/blog/read blogs. Whoo hoo!
I did get a little knitting mojo going this past week. I found out Tuesday that someone I know delivered her daughter early, over New Year's. Very early - she is in the hospital and growing away, but has a long way to go, little princess. I checked out some preemie patterns and made two teensy hats for her, which fit snugly on my fist. One was a pale pink with lace edging and the other a pale peach ribbed number. Unfortunately, I don't have any pictures as I couldn't find the camera and wanted to get them to the mum right away. I hope they will warm this little girl, and that she will oh-so-quickly be in need of much bigger hats.
After that, I eyed my stash a bit (thanks, Lynn, for the tip) and started some Fawkes socks (sort of a flame pattern) in a rust wool that my friend Jill gifted me. I'm thinking it may not be the right pattern though. The ankle ribbing is just right for me, but the patterned leg is looking pretty baggy. I can't do much to alter it as there's no fudge room in the pattern and I'm already using size 0 (US) needles. Sigh.
We'll see. Maybe Lily's legwarmers, after all!