Today is so gorgeous! Doors & windows are open, the wrens are serenading, cats are basking in the sunshine...life is good! Love a North Florida spring day when the sun is out and the humidity is not. Big fluffy pink azaleas are blooming at our house, and dogwood & redbud trees are abloom all around the neighborhoods.
Maizie favors the front window with its view of a birdbath, but Curtis Willis sometimes thinks he has to depose her from her throne:
Can you see that little scowl on her face? That's the reason I had to stitch this (Olga from Plum Street Samplers); the expression is identical!
Lately Curtis has decided he likes his Kitty Pi (free pattern from Wendy Knits). First he had to show it who's boss by carrying it around by the scruff of its neck for a few days. Wish I had a video of him waddling room to room with the cat bed dragging under his belly!
If my rechargeable batteries would ever hold a charge for more than 2 minutes I would have posted this FO a few weeks ago (Little House ornament):
And the infamous boring gray sock, knit to match the 1st one of the pair, but a whole different size since I failed to remember that Sock 1 was knit with Size 0 needles and this one with Size 1.
This strange piece will eventually be a sweater. The pattern is named Elizabeth & is from a Classic Elite book for their hand-dyed Liberty Wool. Very clever design, knitted side by side and all in one piece. The band for trim and collar is shown at the top. Once that is finished all will be steam blocked & sewn together. Hard to tell but the colors are eggplant, mustard, slate & pale gray.