by Amanda on March 4, 2008

in Fitted Knits-Cozy V-Neck Pullover

Sunglassesatwork I want to apologize to my regular readers. Lately, I have gotten off the point of knitting and Yoda and gone off on some other tangents. Well, I’m over it. Back to the regularly scheduled blogging about me, my knitting, and the pug named Yoda. And I am going to catch up with all the blogs I have on Bloglines just waiting to be read.

Here is a quick pic of me working with my sunglasses on. I was good until about an hour before it was time to go home and then my eyes became very tired. The sunglasses actually helped. I Vneckbeg look goofy, but I don’t care…I tend to march to the beat of my own drum as it is. And most people at work know that I had eye surgery, so they just like to make fun of me, but they understand.

Since I am done with the sample and the pattern, I want to make something for myself. I could work on the Ribby Pulli, but you know, I’m just not feeling it right now. So, I decided to cast on for the Fitted Knits Cozy V-Neck Pullover with Deep Ribbing. With the new forecast of snow, I think I still have time to wear any sweaters I can crank out. And with this sweater being knit on size 9s will just fly.


lynette March 4, 2008 at 10:20 am

no apologies necessary. it’s all part of life. if you want to share it, we want to read it. 🙂
you look cool at your desk. i should grab mine. i sit next to the window and sometimes (rarely) i get sun.

Becky in Iowa :O) March 4, 2008 at 1:40 pm

Shoot girl it’s your blog. Blog about whatever you like. lol I’m horrible about leaving comments, but I always read what you post. 🙂

Sarah March 4, 2008 at 2:09 pm

No apologies needed! You’ve got thousands of posts on knitting and since I’m a new reader, found lots of great book recommendations and things. Love your blog. A few off-topic posts here and there are cool by me. I’m actually considering Lasik, so it’s kinda nice to see (sorry for the bad pun) someone’s take on the process. Thanks for writing…Love your blog!

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