Tank lays this way when he wants me to scratch his armpits.
This is classified information.
I learned this after many weeks of Tank living with me.
Sometimes it takes a bit to learn where ones' favorite spots are...
Can you see his Semi-Siamese genes?
The Log Cabin is laying this way this morning.
I am knitting with "simplicity" by HiKoo
a skacel yarn.
Merino Superwash, Acrylic, Nylon Blend.
It is a little splitty but not bad.
I wish the pattern had more than 8 rows per color section.
I am lazy and I don't like changing colors so often.
I asked at Mosaic, for a lightweight worsted.
Kathy at Mosiac suggested this yarn.
I do think it is the perfect weight.
It hasn't hurt my arm or wrists at all yet.
I love lists.
Today's list is all about cabins: because they are our favorite Spots
*My father had a cabin off Highway 51 near Minocqua.
It was our favorite place on Earth.
Each and every time we left there , my kids cried.
*We remodeled our little kitchen to look like the kitchen at that beloved Cabin. Knotty pine cabinets a must.
*Fireman and I once spent a weekend in a cabin before we were married. Yup, living in Sin. It was the weekend the POPE visited Chicago.....I found this funny.
*We rented Cabins whenever possible as opposed to hotel rooms when we traveled with the kids.
*A Cabin in Wyoming near Laramie was the most amazing place we'd ever seen. The storm that gathered and raged while we watched from that cabin, had the most amazing lightening we ever saw.
*Where there are cabins there are loons and lakes and libations.
Cabins and knitting go hand in hand for me.
Do you have a cabin memory?