Anywho, this is the WIPs I have actually had OUT and looked at. The white is a pair of Mukluks, I need to finish the toe on the one, and felt them. Then I want to decorate them with some sort of embroidery. If they work out well, and are comfortable, I might make a second pair. (Now if I can just remember what I did with the leather soles... Urk.)
The brightly colored bit is a Tabi (mitten) sock. Blessings to YouTube, I don't seem to 'get' the Kitchener stitch, and it wouldn't matter, except that this particular sock will have the toe(s) showing, so I really don't want a nice sock with a crappy lookin' toe. (And I won't wear them in the chicken yard, so hopefully there will be little of the OTHER crap, either.) So, I checked, and lo and behold, they have videos on how to do that stitch! Hooray for me!
The last might be Tinked (non-knitters, that is backwards knitting, you are Tinking, taking out the stitches), it is a baby blanket, but the pattern I was making up tends to want to rib and pull in on itself, making a really scrunched up looking thing. So, that might go on the 'start over' pile.
This next is the view I have most mornings when I get ready to walk the hill. See all the steam? It is steamed up because Rudee sees me and is whining, barking and puffing, getting wound up to walk. (Husband seems to delight in winding him up, too, that's why he's out of the kennel.) When he is in his kennel, it's even worse, because then he can play kangaroo and bounce off the side of his kennel, bark, bam, bark, bam, bark! But, he is feeling good, (was able to chase 7, count them, seven deer this week, three in one day, one the next, and another three yesterday), and I lost almost a pound this week. So, that WIP is going well.
This is the container garden, (I have FINALLY convinced Husband not to call it a Pot Garden... He has a lot of fun messing with my mind, yes?), and I have had a few tiny tomatoes, (Mom says grape tomatoes, I say 'grape' is giving them a whole lot of credit, is there a 'shelled pea' tomato?), some crookneck squash, and some zucchinis. There is also some peppers that are coming on, and I am hoping the spaghetti squash works out.
So, there is my Wednesday WIPs. Now I need to get my tookus going and work on a Press Release for CERT. Nothing like working on the fly. (And needing to learn how to write a Press Release is beside the point, right?)
*WIP - Work In Progress