Changes happen. All my rug hooking is packed. I am not ruling out unpacking it, seeing as we have postponed the move for a year. But in the meantime I am finishing up some projects I started last year. This baby cardigan is one of them. It still needs buttons, but that can wait. I gave away all my buttons. I started this cardigan last fall to match a hat and baby mitts. I made so many mistakes I did not finish it. Finally I decided to plow on through and add the band. It is done, short of the buttons.
Knitting is not my forte, or strong suit. But I do like home knit products, especially those from hand spun yarn. My next knitting project is a winter hat for myself from yarn I’ve spun
It’s been an interesting week Aside from making the decision to postpone the move, I have been busy organizing trips to visit sick relatives and coordinating visits with and around my siblings. I am waiting for spring to come and roads to clear up to make a few road trips. Right now we are waiting for a severe winter storm to pass through Regina this weekend.
I’ve also been dealing with my own health issues No worries Just keeping on top of things can take time sometimes.
I finished watching “Art 21”. Most of it was interesting. I think it depends on your taste in art. It was primarily about installation art and performance art, neither of which really excites me. But I have learned a new appreciation as to what goes into those works of art.
I am currently watching the DVD “Understanding Art: the Baroque and Rococo. I’m on the Baroque. The narrator is entertaining, even if I don’t appreciate his taste or viewpoint all of the time. Most of the time he is very good and, really, the worst is I am left with lots of questions and wishing he didn’t have to move so fast through the material. I wish I could snag him and take him on a trip to Europe with me! His insight into what I would be seeing would add a whole new dimension to the trip! As for the Baroque period. As far as I can tell, it started out good, but degenerated into a sad state. I’m glad something came along to replace it!