OK, I finally got a pic of the drapes to show you all, and it totally sucks, but alas, it's hard to get a natural light photo of drapes on brightly lit windows with a point and shoot camera... These drapes are not pressed properly, nor were the pleats set properly, and it will bug me later. When it does, I'll fix it, but for now... I'm glad to have them up and not have the curtain rods glaring at me accusingly! I like the rods a lot, as they're pretty, and kind of formal, and just good.
But hark, what light through yonder breaks onto a pretty teal tableaux!
And look at the pretty hand sewn canvas container I made from a pattern in pretty little presents. I got the lamp 50% off at Target, and one to match it on the other side of the room, too!
And, oooohhhhh, what's in that hand sewn canvas container? It seems to be a hand knit sock!
Yeah, a hand knit sock in Madeline Tosh Sock, super yummy, in the Gentleman's Fancy Sock pattern from Knitting Vintage Socks. I like this pattern for it's elastic fit and calf shaping, and also, it's good for a variegated sock yarn to minimize pooling. I really love this pattern book. I've knitted several (read three) patterns from this book, and have yarn set aside for a few more... I've actually thought about knitting all the patterns, and I'm so glad the library has this book so I don't have to buy it! THIS sock is for the Hubster, who says that it fits perfectly. However, I'm nervous that the ribbing will take too much yarn and I'll not have enough for two and if that happens it may be years before these socks get finished because it would just be demoralizing...
Must not borrow trouble, tomorrow will worry about itself. Aren't the plants pretty? Plants like the new house, probably because it has so much light. I got those from my Cheri. I've decided that's her title... "My Cheri" She gives me plants and those plants always do beautifully.