Of course it's not DONE done, I've got some finishing touches left to do. Weaving in the ends, naturally, but not that many, each row has one in the beginning and one at the end. And there's the border I'm knitting on sideways. I've already rounded the first corner. I use Patons Classic Merino Wool for the border, will have to get some more. So far I'm liking it a lot. More pictures to come as soon as it's really DONE.
Look what the best daughter ever brought home from her trip to Nova Scotia. A ball of Opal's variations of Hundertwassers art. What lovely colors. I'm looking forward knitting socks with it. This colorway is # 637A "Wartende Haeuser". Thanks, Love!
Hannah also finished the Monkey socks on her trip. They look great! But they are on their way to a lucky friend of Hannah's. I hope she'll be smart and hand wash them. Look what happens, if you don't!!!
I made Hannah these Jaywalkers some time ago, and even with my warning, she threw them into the washing machine. I felted them down some more, I thought I could get them so small, as to hang them from my key chain. I guess they have to go into the hot water some more. Not quite small enough yet. ;o)
Biko is doing fine. The last several days, her limping was ALMOST gone, not quite, but much, much better. I'm a little pissed off because my Vet didn't respond to my messages at all. No input after the first two visits. I'm surprised and not at all used to this. So far he was quite helpful, but this time, he didn't even ask after Biko's well being. Well, as long as she's O.K.
Yesterday we got some fresh snow, and today we were out and about enjoying the last of it. Both dogs are doing fine. Thanks to all of you, for asking about them and for your advise! I appreciate it!