Whenever someone mentioned to my daddy that something was funny, that was his response.
So here is a funny conversation that occurred in my house the other day.
Me (kinda to myself but a little out loud): “I feel like casting on socks…should I do double points or circulars? hmm…”
Spouse (from other room): “How did you knit your last pair?”
Me (a little surprised by the question): “Circulars”
Spouse: “Magic Loop?”
Me (increasingly surprised): “Yes”
Spouse: “Do one at a time on dpns.”
I’m in a bit of a knitting quagmire. I cast on and ripped out two separate projects. I learned that I do not like knitting bottom-up sweaters. I knit the entire body of The Weekender before realizing the neckline did not flatter. I love the yarn – Donegal Tweed by Takhi. Then, because I like kicking myself while down, I ripped out the work on the Flux Hand Warmers by Martina Behm, a pattern included in Arnall-Culliford Knitwear’s Confident Knitting program. No issue with the pattern, mind you, rather I attempted to knit them with that confounded Queensland Collection Perth. That was my fourth attempt to knit a project with this yarn. Well, you know what they say: Five times a charm! If anyone has knit with this wool, please share any pattern recommendations.
You know, with all of this ripping out, I never did cast on those socks!
So I have nothing to show.
Have a beautiful and blessed day!