So Much to Be Thankful For
We had a wonderful Thanksgiving with dear friends yesterday. We’ll be sorry to see them go when they move across country soon, but we know we will stay in touch.
Prior to the day(s) of cooking, preparation and finally eating, I had completed a knitting project for each of my children. Thankfully, both of them flew home without delay during a nasty Nor’easter and on the busiest travel week of the year. They modeled their knitwear yesterday before we sat down to eat and both seemed genuinely happy with their finished object.
I’m pleased with my daughter’s sweater, the Estelle Pullover–she tried it on Tuesday night and I made some notations about where it needed to be slightly bigger; I then blocked it and it fits PERFECTLY. My son’s scarf, the Textured Triple Stripe Scarf from 60 Quick Knits, is long, particularly since I knit it in bulky instead of worsted and didn’t do my calculations exactly right–but he likes the warmth of it looped around his neck and it looks great on him.
Wish I had them home longer, but in general, life is very good today!