so I hope you can stand one more!
I finished my FLS on May 1st (May Day! May Day!) but she didn't have buttons until this past weekend when Josie
and I went to Stone Mountain and Daughter
in search of buttons.
I suck at self portraits. (psst..Make a note of the basket of make-up on the bathroom--it comes up later in the story).
Stone Mountain has a fantastic collection of buttons-don't believe me? Click HERE
After sorting through a gazillion buttons, I picked this one. I love the vintage-y feel.
Since I couldn't get a decent self portrait, here she is lying on the bed:
Pattern: February Lady Sweater
by Pamela Wynne
Yarn: Blue Moon Fiber Arts Heavyweight, Jasper colorway
Needles: Size 7, Knitpicks options
Notes: I knit the yoke a size smaller than the body (and had to so some fancy math to figure it out) but its still came out a little too big.
It's warm here out west but our office AC has been on mega overdrive for the past week so I actually wore it to work today over a t-shirt and was quite comfortable. (Office AC is often on the cold side but it's been so cold we were showing up in our winter boots and sweaters and still freezing) Figures that this afternoon they finally adjusted it and I had to take it off so it goes in the drawer until Fall.
Now, remember the basket of make up on the counter in the first photo?
In case you wonder if the Gangsta Kitties have been behaving themselves, take a look what I found when I came home from work today:
WHO DID THIS?
"I'll never tell"
Labels: FLS, FO's 2009, kitties