Thursday, November 02, 2006

Norovember is well under way!

Hello everyone! Hope all of you are having a marvelous week - I am working, knitting, cooking, and doing laundry! Life is hectic here in Holland! We have tests to study for, papers to write, books to read - and those are the things that I have to keep my teenagers on pace for! Halloween was a pretty good sized "speed bump" in the road for them. You know, houses to teepee, etc! :-)

On top of that, I am loving all of the Norovemberish things I am knitting! I have an entrelac purse that I am almost finished with, knitted in Kureyon - this will get felted and hidden away for a Christmas gift! I am half done with one fun mitten - knit from Kureyon and a strand of mohair - also a Christmas present. I need to cast on the sleeves for Cornelia Tuttle Hamilton's Larstorp in Iro! As you can see Norovember is well under way here!

Well, I have to get dinner in the oven - so I can sit down and knit ;-)

Have a great evening everyone!


laurie said...

lol i keep reading 'norovember' as 'noremember' (which if i remember correctly was a month in the piers anthony 'xanth' series)...quit messing with my head girl ;-)

hope you got to sit down and knit...what better way to spend time? (well other than knitting with friends in a certain yarn shop which shall be nameless lol)

Theresa said...

Isn't fall the most wonderful time of the year for knitting?