Saturday, September 17, 2011
The Kind of September
I also bought some quiviuk (mixed with merino and silk) in a beautiful green, and a cowboy hat for the roundup in October. The town has become very shiny with big expensive chain stores and countless souvenir shops. But we found some nice prints and gifts and the charm that is part of our first National Park.
I managed to finish the back of the Dahlia sweater and started the upper back, but it's confusing. I think I'll just knit what it says and show it to the others. The second sock bloomed into a toe and now I'm on the plain foot. I am entirely converted to plain feet, princess socks. I wore my hand knit socks and my noro shawl and even my nutkin fingerless mitts. I lost one for a few minutes, but D saw someone hanging it on a little spruce tree and it came back to me. Thank you lady who was so generous and thoughtful. One less thing to worry about.
Tomorrow we fly home to our real lives.