I finished the first of the Fireside Socks during the Penn State game yesterday...
(I always have trouble photographing white, but you get the idea.)
As you can see, I've also just begun the cuff of its mate. Not sure if the second will progress as quickly as the first, but it might.
In weaving news, I have good news and bad news to report. The good news is that the dining and living room floors should hopefully be done this month, which will mean being able to get furniture, boxes, etc., out of the spare room and my studio. That means the loom will be accessible again.
The bad news is that my studio has no heat. I can open up the French doors during the day to let heat in, or I can spend time in there comfortably if the sun is shining and warms the room up. However, I shut the doors again at sundown because of all the windows in the room. There's quite a bit of heat loss so it keeps the house warmer to simply shut that room off for the night. January and February are our coldest months of the year, but perhaps we'll have plenty of sunny days to enjoy.
I hope your new year is off to a good start. Ours promises to be a very busy but productive one.
Posted 2 January 2010 at http://leighsfiberjournal.blogspot.com
Fireside Sock Knitting
1st Fireside Sock Heel