Last night I finished my Rhinebeck cardigan. Woohoo! So I brought it to work with me, figuring surely I would have time today to weave in the ends and sew on the buttons. That's all I have left to do on it.
But no, sadly I didn't. It was too busy at work to do even a simple thing like that. I didn't even get yesterday's paperwork done. But, I did order a lot of Addi Turbo needles and a lot of sock yarn, Step and Trekking XXL. People will be happy to see that come :) And don't forget, my Harry Potter sock yarn could be here tomorrow. I hope it arrives on time!
So tonight, I am winding up some Christopher Sheep Farm yarn in the color Light Sheep so I can continue on the Penobscot Bay Pullover that I am knitting. I love the Signature Needle Arts needles I am using on that project. And as a matter of fact, last night I ordered a set of size 2 dpn's from Signature Needle Arts. I think I am addicted.
We also recently got a big shipment of awesome ready-made socks from Solmate Socks. They are fabulous! Cotton blend, a bit stretchy, in bright colors, and they purposely do not come in a matching pair. Each sock has the same colors but slightly different patterns. They're about the only non-handknit socks that I wear regularly.
If you're thinking ahead to the holidays, I also got a shipment of lovely Christmas cards from artist David Clough, that show a Camden scene on the front. They've been popular over the years, but they sell out fast, so if you want a card reminiscent of Camden because you live there or because you wish you lived there, stop by and pick some up :)