Ms. Sweetfigs had given to me a few months ago, along with the unused Briar Rose Fibers Heritage that they had been made with. I could not get my camera's power button on. So, until I get my camera situation under control, I may be going to the archives or resurrecting some old photos to suppport my blog posts. This is a sweater made by my friend in Norway, Bente. If you didn't follow the blog a few years ago, we did a trans-Atlantic dog sweater swap. Besides our mutual interest in dog sweaters, we share an interest in quilting. Bente keeps a much tidier studio than I do, though. Piccolo is on the front porch of our last address. We're having similar weather today.
Today the laptop I use for work just died. The screen went blank, and I wasn't able to shut it off, or reboot. I had to do all of my work over by hand, fortunately there wasn't much, as I was far from home and wanted to get out before the weather hit.
My other tech issue is that the pc is running low on memory. I wonder if it isn't time for a new one.
This weekend I may do the Christmas decor. The Man was pretty happy when I told him our little tree was going to be pink this year. I may knit a little skirt for the tree. Project wise, I've sort of started a little travel quilt for Piccolo, and I'm thinking a lot about doll quilts for wall display.
I was checking my sales rank on Amazon, because I'm obesessed, and I didn't notice that two more reviews were posted recently. Here's a quote that really made my day:
"The author clearly had her hands in every phase of the creation of this book and you feel her personality in it everywhere." The truth is, when I first saw my proof, I was concerned that it didn't have my flavor. How nice to be mistaken!