What's going on with this whole "less blogging" thing? I don't like it one bit. For one thing, it means fewer pictures of me, and that's not good for anybody. Readers love the Mook. It's a fact and it can't be helped.
Also, your blog content is backing up! You need to show the finished baby quilt, you need to give an update on your WIPs, and you should at least mention the plethora of crocheted hats in How She Move.
How do you work this thing? I found some photos, and if you're not going to post them, then I will. Hmm... let's see... I don't have thumbs, but how hard can it be... OK! Got it. Here's the baby quilt that Alison finished earlier this month, from a kit generously provided by Kelly McCaleb (often available from her Etsy shop):
Hope you can see the cute mix of fabrics -- if I remember correctly, it was a little windy on photo day and the quilt kept blowing and making blurry pictures. Finished size is just over 40 inches square; everything (piecing, quilting) was done on the machine, except for finishing the binding by hand.
And look, here's a picture of the current knits in progress -- the Swallowtail Shawl, in sage Zephyr Wool-Silk, and a Gilmore Vest, in thrifted Georges Picaud Lambs Wool (Alison went on and on about her tubular cast-on with that one):
OK, I think we're all caught up. That was certainly more interesting than all this reading, which is so quiet, and boring to watch (no dangling ends of yarn), and doesn't involve taking pictures of me, so whatever to that. Reading, schmeading, that's what I'd say if I could talk.
Over and out.
Mooky (a.k.a. Mookus Bookus, Mookopolis, Mookros Bookros-Ghali)