She's too cute for words and you can check back on this week's posts if you want to know how she "showed up" on my doorstep! She is quarantined for another week on my porch until she gets her shots. The vet figured she was 4 weeks old last week when I took her. Babies are time consuming! But so fun.
I've been so tuckered at night I just mindlessly crochet granny squares but at least I managed to weave in the ends.........
Here are the latest colors and you can see the "granny" part...........
I hate to admit it but this quilt for my grandson is still hanging around! I am going to finish for when he comes in July. I have wasted so much time on it. First I tried to machine quilt it and I'm not sure if it was the machine or the operator but I took it out and then I tried hand quilting but I'm not very good, didn't have the right needles and it was taking forever! So, my seam ripper has been working over-time. I have decided to hand-tie it. That's my story and I'm sticking to it! LOL! The kid will be graduating from high school before he gets it!
For me this should be YOP Year of Shame not Projects! LOL! I looked at my lists (on the right hand side of my blog) and it has been a pitiful year of little progress. I went rogue! I haven't even finished projects from the 2 years previous! Shame on me but I must admit I am far better in the skills department. I will try and do better and reference my projects as to what YOP year and whether they are even on the list.....the 2 above aren't. Although, I think I might have referenced an ongoing sock knitting from now until forever.
I hope you are all doing great on your YOP's and maybe someone could mentor me in