In my clean-up mode,
I'm finishing up lots of projects
that have been calling my name
in my sewing room.
I had dyed the above silk almost a year ago,
but finally got around to
making lavender sachets with it.
Did you know that lavender is great
for keeping moths away from wool?
I've placed the new sachets in all of
my sweater drawers and yarn stash.
Speaking of sweaters, I finished my
Hemingway Boyfriend Cardigan
All the ends are woven in,
it's photographed on my Ravelry page!
The yarn is very soft and warm,
and the fit is extremely comfortable.
I love the pockets.
I had deliberated about knitting them,
but I love how they look, so I'm glad I went the extra mile.
I also finished my
I haven't had a chance to wear it yet,
but I'm sure I will soon.
I love the little nupps, and am so happy that I
learned to perfect them!
I had a brief hiatus from radiation this week.
The machine that treats me was out of commission for three days!
I was glad to get to sleep in the extra half hour,
but also sad that I missed three treatments and will now
have to make them up at the end of April.
Oh well, c'est la vie!
I was also a bit over zealous at the gym on Wednesday,
and tore a fragment of one of my pecs -
so, sadly, no weight lifting for a WEEK.
I love that class and sometimes think that that
is what keeps me sane.
We enjoyed Horizon Theater's production of
Elemeno Pea this afternoon.
It runs through April 13th,
so if you are in the area, do see it!
Lastly, one of my art idols,
will be teaching a 3-day workshop at the
SEFAA Center in Atlanta
There are still just a few spots open,
so if you are interested,
check it out here.
I am over the moon excited about this class.
It is like a dream come true for me -
in fact, I had to get a special dispensation from my Radiologist
so that I could skip a treatment
in order to be with this fabulous artist!
Don't miss this opportunity!!
Thanks for popping in!
Peace to you and yours!