Driving for seven hours in one day is tiring.  And I didn’t drive at all this extended weekend.  I rode everywhere.  I’m still tired!

Mrs. Professor liked her slippers.  I started another pair of the seamless slippers for Dr. Professor but didn’t get both of them finished.  I was knitting in the car and discovered a major flaw about ten rows back on the second one.  I couldn’t correct the mistake while riding (motion sickness issues) so I will work on them this week.  Dr. and Mrs Professor will be in our area over Thanksgiving (next week) and I hope to give them to him then.

Another Swiffer cover is about half way finished.  I didn’t get as much knitting done as I anticipated.  I did have to stop and look at the scenery.

We toured Biltmore in Ashville, North Carolina.  Have you been there?  Awesome to say the least.  We also traveled a bit on the Blue Ridge Parkway.  The views were breathtaking!

Mr. Aitch did a fabulous job with his portion of the program.

If I can get home from work tomorrow while it’s still daylight, I will show you my latest yarn order and the plans for the yarn.  I’ve already discovered I didn’t order enough yarn for one project 😦 and must see if they can send me more yarn in the same dye lot.  Substituting one yarn for another has always been a problem for me.

I have a lot of Christmas knitting to do and I will save the socks for after-Christmas-knitting.

2 thoughts on “Quickie

  1. I’m surprised you got as much knitting done as you did. Good.

    Aren’t you tired of knitting so many slipper?. You need a change.

    Are you keeping count of them and to whom you are giving them? .


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