Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Can't be bothered...

Can't be bothered to even move for food. This is the life. Fritz in the background and Mia up front-as usual. We got Mia when our other cat passed away from complications due to diabetes. Fritz mourned for him and his entire face actually turned white like an old cat. We brought Mia home and he preteded to be disgusted, but his face returned to his natural black color. He still pretends to be disgusted.....but I know differently. ;0)

Here is the beginning of my Bayerische sock from Eunny Jang. This thing is amazingly tiny and very fun to knit though it takes a lot of concentration until you get the pattern down. I had a hard time deciding on color, but finally went with an apple green. I have this thing for that color right now...that and orange. Who'd a thunk it? My two least favorite colors and now I can't get enough of them.

Rheingold is still ongoing and progressing and so is Season. Good thing because I have already spied at least two more sweaters I would like to do. heh


Anonymous Francesca said...

Love the cat picture. I didn't know that the hair color could get back to normal once it had gone white.

18/10/06 21:52  
Blogger Marina said...

What cutie-pies! The socks are gorgeous. Did you see her pattern for the FI in the preview of the winter Interweave?

19/10/06 04:41  
Blogger Brigitte said...

Those kitty cats are just too sweet together! The look so fluffy and huggable. I love that sock colour, green is one of my favourites. And although I love orange too - it's not a colour that suits me unless it's a deep, dark orange.

Oooo, so what are your next projects?!!

19/10/06 05:06  
Blogger Romi said...

OMG! You and me both on the green and orange! But I *do* like those colors. ;)

19/10/06 15:36  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The sock is gorgeous! I can't wait to see the progression!

And I love your kitties! I have a Siamese as well and she has gotten white patches on her face for unknown reasons. But her face seems to be going back to normal now.


19/10/06 18:03  
Anonymous Janet said...

Love the green sock AND your Season of ... sweater. I must get that book. What's the sock yarn? I want to start that sock too but wonder what's the best type of sock yarn. I'm thinking on the thinner side?

20/10/06 05:29  

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