February 13, 2006

Progress Day 4

I’ve had an unexpected bonus in my Olympics quest — a snow day! We got the tail end of the big Atlantic storm that shut down the East coast over the weekend; we didn’t get nearly as much snow as they did further south, but we had very strong winds, and big drifts, so I guess the University decided it wasn’t safe for those coming in from the region, and it was too hard to clear the campus. Just as well, since it would have been a pain to dig out — you can see what our front door looked like on Mark’s blog.

So, more knitting time! Though of course I can still work from home, and will. But every few minutes help!

Here’s where I am:


(The colour is washed out, but the pattern shows up well.)

I’m almost done the first pattern band after the definition ridge; about 35% of the body. I don’t know exactly how much of the total that means I’ve done, since I’m not sure what proportion of the sweater the body is.


Posted by Aven at February 13, 2006 11:35 AM

Pretty colour!

Posted by: Dani at February 13, 2006 07:12 PM

Looks great!!

I am finished one and half repeats of my scarf now dreading I don’t have enough wool.


Posted by: Jean at February 14, 2006 06:38 PM

fyi found my cousin husband online from Mark’s website. He is the head of commerce deparment at Mount A his name is Peter Sianchuk. My cousin name is Gail. Have you meet him yet?

Posted by: Jean at February 14, 2006 07:11 PM