Wednesday, January 16, 2008

A Little Mischief

We went to visit Poohla (Wooly's sister) and were graced with Mischief!
"Please! Let me in NOW!"
Wooly always ribs Poohla by saying, "You have a cat?!" Mischief is very elusive and I call her Stealth Kitty. This is the first time we've seen her up close and I can't believe she let me take her picture. She's small, 8lbs max.

Wooly's Mischief
Thanks to Wooly, I finished the front of Fulmar, the blue one.

I had 1 repeat done and was stuck. I kicked it around my couch for weeks. Wooly grabbed it, put it on his tummy and said, "What's wrong?! Why aren't you working on the blue one? Heehee... this is gonna fit me! Wow! This is a burner... Blue Fleet Heat! Don't you want a fabulous sweater?! Why aren't you working on this?!"

That was just the kick in the rear I needed.

Blue Eye Jack - Social Experiment You know Jack... antenna ball. We both wanted the Holiday Jack, but were too late, so we got everyday Jack. We put them on our cars a month ago... and they're both still with us! We will see how long it takes for someone to steal him. That's our Social Experiment for 2008.

So, a little mischief is good... sometimes exactly what we need... and tempting. Happy Knitting!

6 comments:

Brigitte said...

OK, hopefully seeing your lovely Fulmar (front AND back now) will get me in gear to at least finish the back! Sheesh...

The blue turned out to be a good choice.

Wow, an 8lbs cat?! Hee hee, even itty bitty Mae tips the scales at 10.5lbs!

Laritza said...

Your Fulmar looks beautiful! I see you also changed the ribbing to flow into the body. Way to go!

Lorraine said...

It's good you got your Fulmar mojo back.

I love those antenna guys- I always wanted a Mickey Mouse.

Anne said...

I think I'll print a photo of Mischief and pin it to my Caelee's food bowl for inspiration - Caelee tips the scales at 16 lbs 2 oz these day LOL!!!!!

Fulmar looks fabulous -- can't let my hubby see that Wooly is getting another sweater LOL!!!

Lorri said...

Love your Fulmar and Oregon. It is such a treat whenever I visit your bog to see all of the beautiful knits!

carolyn said...

I'm so jealous! I haven't even finished the back!
I want my Fulmar to be done... unfortunately, I want it to be done without actually knitting it, and somehow that won't happen...

It looks beautiful and the pattern shows up so well. So much for all the "Ravelry" advice I have read about not using a dark color for cables.
HA! What do they know.