Knitting and Lunch

I did some knitting on the airplane to Denver and to Boston. I am knitting the cabled beret from the Fall/Winter 2008 Debbie Bliss magazine. I using Jo Sharp Silkroad Aran in Hemlock, which is 85% wool, 10% silk, 5% cashmere. It is my first time knitting something with silk and it feels so good. It will be a great hat for me.

I also tried a new Healthy Choice meal, General Tso’s Spicy Chicken. I am not a big frozen meal eater but I keep a few on hand in case of rushed mornings so I can bring a lunch. It wasn’t bad and actually looked sort of appeal prior to the sauce even though there were only 3 pieces of chicken.

I did Secret Sister’s taxes tonight and it did not go well. She owes the IRS money and she breaks down. I don’t like to see her like that.

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4 Responses to Knitting and Lunch

  1. Pam@GoRetro says:

    Wow I love the color and look of that yarn…it appears to have a sheen to it. The cable pattern you're working on is really cool!

  2. Oh my gosh!!!! I love what your knitting right now! I have no idea how to do a cable pattern at all! I can only do basics. Love the color too!!!

  3. Amanda says:

    Ah!! I almost bought some Jo Sharp Silkroad on Saturday to make a new scarf, but I was afraid to even ask what the price was since I would have needed 4 or 5 balls!! Beautiful hat–I really need to learn to do cables! 🙂

  4. Jen says:

    Luckily, I got the yarn on sale at a local LYS. I can not pass up a good yarn sale.

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