You’ll just have to take my word for it that I’ve completed Kathleen’s Coffee Table Topper. I was so tired at the end of all that single crocheting that I printed postage without thinking to take a picture of the finished doily. Hopefully, when it all gets to its forever home, my friend will take a picture which I will then share with you.
I am so tired right now. I crocheted the entire night to get the doily finished in time for my deadline of the 17th. Now that I’ve got this completed, I can move on to another in the long list of projects I’m doing. My finger and thumb are too tired from crocheting with that 1.65mm hook right now, so I think I’ll knit for a while or until my hands get tired from that. I’ve got quite a backlog of things to make too. Bruce’s Gloves (remember those?) are sitting here on my desk, crying. So are my socks. The wedding/anniversary gift doilies will be my very next crocheted project.
First, though, I’m going to get some sleep. Later, Earthlings!
I’m finally back to working on this project. This second pair of gloves in a series of three is for my friend’s father, Bruce. I’m presently about five rounds into the cuffs of the gloves.
Thankfully, Bruce has hands about the same size as mine. So, there’s no need for wild speculation as to the measurements. I’ll just give about half an inch of extra for each finger in case he likes to pull his gloves on tightly.
I am particularly tired right now. I was up half the night for no purpose. I just couldn’t sleep for some reason.
I would seriously consider going back to bed until I’d gotten some rest but I have an important appointment to keep today and I don’t want to miss it. It’s quite impossible to reschedule for it. So, up I am.
I’m most likely going to watch movies until my mind wakes up…or at least becomes coherent enough to start knitting again. My goal right now? Breakfast and tea. Later.
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