After the border is done - say, next week. I'll have to figure out a plan to get this blanket to it's new home with my Aunt Geraldine and Uncle Jimmy? (Uncle Jimmy, are you reading this? Are you surprised? Here are some pictures of your new blanket!)
There was a bit of confusion in which I ended up with 26 skeins of yarn for this project. Now I'm down to a more reasonable 14 skeins, which is what I actually need, and a new bag, which I was able to get will all that store credit I had from returning a dozen skeins of yarn.
This blanket is worked in strips and then knitted together. It is incredibly lovely. I think it works like magic. I'm completely enchanted.
I've also been spinning. I've been working on the Gracie roving.
And, just because I had the camera out, here's Lily. She had to go for her annual vet visit on Thursday, but they gave her three year shots so that she won't have to go back for a long time. (That's how badly it goes. Poor kitty.) Seth took her this time, and I was still a nervous wreck. Although not as bad as if I had been there. Lily is so adorable and fuzzy, even at 7:00 this morning when she was walking all over me in bed and waking me up.