Welcome to ☀Sunlit Sunday.
Some days call for soft yarn.
Or a metal detector.
While checking my downspouts in the backyard and moving the white stuff away from the foundation of the house, I lost my keys somewhere in the snow, slush and ice. After much hunting, I've concluded that they're hibernating. I called a locksmith. Apparently, I have good locks and he couldn't unbolt them. Take note, all ye local burglars.
My niece ended up saving the day by driving me to my brother's house, using her key to get in -did I mention that my key to my brother's home was on the lost keyring? I picked up his spare key to my place. I know; I should have had another hidden in a safe spot in my garden.
It's hardly an earth shattering tale of woe, but I wanted my blankie. Actually, this yarn is for a baby blanket gift, but the softness makes me want to wrap myself in it.
The project, using Bernat Baby Blanket Yarn, is being knit on a large circular needle (8 mm), hence the curlycue jumble you see here. If all goes according to plan, there will be cables dancing across its surface.
Some people are oblivious to cables and hibernating keys. Food, water, a sunny spot; all is well in Claire's world. (For more on my foster puss, click here.)
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