Saturday, March 8, 2014


I finally proved something I suspected this week. I have been puzzled why on some days when the temperature outside is cold (or very cold) the first floor of the office is comfortable and on other days when the outside temperature is more seasonable, there is a definite chill on the first floor. I’d noticed that the days when it feels chilly are days when it is raining or rain is expected. A print out of data from the National Weather Service for the most recent three days, supported that the higher the dew point the more we feel a chill in the office. I suspect that the cause is in the way the building was constructed.

Stash busting continues alongside finishing wips. I am finishing a pair of fingerless convertible mittens in Artful Yarns Old Western; I’ve completed the matching beret. I just need to knit the thumbs on the BonBons2 fingerless mitts. Lastly, I have a pair of Brewster socks in Knit Picks Essential sock yarn in the Eggplant Kettle Hand Dyed colorway. Then it is on to the grey socks. I am behind on my goal of knitting 1k yards per month.
Toupie went down for his afternoon nap about an hour ago.

1 comment:

  1. Nice beret. Oh-oh! You woke Toupie with the camera clicky noise.