Trampled by Geese is a reminder to myself to look at the positive side of life and to endeavour to only write about things that inspire me rather than focus on what is negative in the world. Kirkegaard once wrote, “Being trampled by geese is a slow way of dying, but being eaten to death by envy and greed is even slower and more painful”.
Tuesday, June 05, 2007
I have three sweaters to frogg for making recycled yarn, all wool blends, one of which is purely delightful. As they are not purely natural, I think I'll offer them on etsy for a lower price. But I can't do that until I finish the Wedding Gift.
I am almost finished the Wedding Gift, one or two more days left of knitting, then another day to weave in the ends. I'm very glad that I learnt how to splice the yarn together for this project, else I would have to give myself another week to darn in all these ends.
Wedding Gift is made from 22 balls of yarn with a llamma/wool blend. It has taken approximately five months to knit so far, and needs to be completed by the middle of the month. It's designed so that two people can share it at the same time. That's about all I can tell you right now, once the gift has been delivered I will share photos with you all.
All, alright, here's a hint:
My poor cat has been under the weather lately. I fear it's getting near the end, but I just love her so much, I don't want to let go.