May 20, 2011

Fiber Friday

Almost ready!

Yay it's Friday! Although it's more like Thursday since Ben will be working Saturday for the 8th week in a row. They are swamped. A blessing and a curse at the same time. We would like our weekends back, but it will allow us to reach our goal of paying off the car sooner. Although we were talking last night how even lots of money is not worth losing home time. But I will take it as a blessing and know that it will be over soon so to take it while we can get it.

Anyhoo. Friday means Fiber Friday! Here's what I've been working on:

The Around The World in 80 Days shawl. I am through clue 6, that's clue 7 sitting under it, and clue 8 will be out tomorrow I believe. Just a wee bit behind, but I should be able to catch up. If I stop reading books....

The Goddess Knits Anniversary Shawl #11! I just pulled out a random color of lace weight for this, and I think I rather like it. I've started on clue 2, and clue 3 should be out tomorrow. Again, a wee bit behind but I think it'll work out.

The Swan Lake mystery shawl's progress has not changed from this:

But if I get caught up on the other shawls it might get some love.

And of course, the Babylove blanket (no current picture) which is still not finished, although you'd think I could just hurry it up since I really only have about an inch left and the momma who it's intended for is due pretty soon now. Oy. My procrastination annoys me sometimes. (Yet I don't fix it.)

And I leave you with this. My crazy boys, having a snack picnic, who get excited every time I bring out the camera and ask me to take their picture. Hams.

So, what are y'all workin on that's fiber related? Knitting? Sewing? 

Happy Knitting,


myletterstoemily said...

the only fiber in my life is in my diet, but
i love what you are knitting. so lovely!
your boys are another gorgeous creation.

Meg said...

Lea, you are so sweet. Thank you! :)

Allison said...

I'm still on the green shawl! Yes... that one I was working on Last Year! Sweet snack picture. :)

Alicia@ eco friendly homemaking said...

Your boys are so adorable. Just look at those sweet smiles!! I hope that you and your family will have your weekends back real soon. You have such a great attitude about this. What a blessing!!

Sue said...

Meg, you are gifted with your hands, these are beautiful and so are those boys, they remind me so much of our sons when they were young, always smiling but planning their next adventure.
Enjoy your day.

no spring chicken said...

I bow to you dear girl...

I'm always impressed, but did you really have to show me three at once? Just beautiful!

Oh, and I love the knitting too! ;)

Blessings, Debbie

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