Are Ecuadorian Sheep Sanforized??
In other news, I turned in five more hat & scarf sets at the K4 meeting on Thursday. I had two more that were done except for running yarn ends in, but I forgot to pack my little tin with yarn needles and scissors and no one else brought any either so I'll have to turn those in next week. All our other hats & scarves have been distributed to Head Start & FISH to be given to people in need.
On Wednesday, we were in Port Huron, home of the big Mary Maxim store, and I got to shop there for a while. I found a set of size 13 double points that will let me decrease the tops of the double strand caps instead of finishing them all off straight across with a 3-needle bind-off. Mom picked out a couple skeins of black worsted so I can make her another vest. I'm also going to frog the lime green one I made for her earlier this year and see if I can get the armholes to fit better. Tonight I get to start browsing the two lace books that I picked out for Xmas (we always open gifts on Xmas Eve) and I'm sure that I'll be able to find some new lace patterns that can be adapted to the front panels of the vests. Amazon came through and sent the last three books overnight FedEx!!