I'm very happy to be a lamb as, when I grow up, I'll have loads of wool to knit with!
The new Knitcast is up, it's an interview with the organiser of the Knitting and Stitching Show at Alexandra Palace. Makes me wish Harrogate was even sooner than it is!
There is also a new podcast, called Cast-On. It's hilarious, very different to Knitcast. The first episode has some music to knit to and a painful story about a felting disaster!
Have also just listened to the Food Programme on Radio 4. Yummy yummy episode all about traditional British puddings - steamed sponge etc. Oooh I feel all hungry now.
On the knitting front: some progress but no pics as once again the lack of light caught me out. Oops. Anyway, everything's just a little bit further on from last time, so the pictures wouldn't be particularly exciting/interesting.
- Broadripple socks - just turned the heel on sock 1 and having serious paranoia about whether it'll fit.
- Regia 6ply baby jumper - back and front now complete and am halfway through the first sleeve.
- Misty Garden scarf - is getting longer but is really BORING to knit. Still on the first ball, so have a ball and a half to go...
Next week is totally loopy, involving working in Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, Derbyshire and London! Fun! So I'm not sure how much knitting or blog posting will get done. :-(