Mom saw this chubby little guy peering through the sliding door to our deck. He scurried away when I headed toward the sunporch, but I managed to get a picture of him as he nibbled out back. You just never know what critters you will see when you live in the country!
I spent the day knitting yesterday, and I surprised myself by finishing the second spiral knit tube sock.
I never really thought I could knit an entire sock in one day, even if it is in worsted weight yarn!
I was tempted to start knitting another pair of socks, but I chose to work on the bloomers for granddaughter Kara's doll. I have too many works in progress, and I need to finish them up!
I've started round 5 of Star of Bethlehem from Bonded with tatting - doilies by Laura Bziukiewicz. It takes concentration, but it is so pretty!
I do like the Star of Bethlehem so far. Nice work!ReplyDelete
Who is your Sunday visitor? A beaver? I know about zebras and impala but I don’t know him! Your socks look fantastic! You certainly finished that project off.ReplyDelete
We're pretty sure he's a groundhog. We're too far away from water for a beaver.Delete
Asking the same as Jane!!! What is that little critter? We don't have them over here as far as I know!!ReplyDelete
We're pretty sure he's a groundhog. Now we think we know who's been eating our veggies in the greenhouse!Delete
Wow, an entire sock in one day! The pair looks good 💙 Cute visitor with similar coloured fur as your socks 😄😁ReplyDelete
The one day finish really surprised me! Of course, that won't happen when I switch to sock yarn!Delete
I know about the critters in the country! ;) At least I am ok with the deer visitors!!ReplyDelete
Those socks looks nice and warm!! :)
Your doily is gorgeous already!!! :)
~Sue(Tatting Lace in Grace)