A head like a sieve
I had surgery to have my mole removed earlier in the week. Message to nurse - when you asked me if I wanted to see it, I thought you meant a mirror so I could see the scar. I did not under any circumstances wish to have my own flesh waved at me in a dish.
I also went to the dentist for a simple filling. See, a filling, I was getting a hole fixed! Only he decided it would make more sense to take the tooth out and I had an impromptu wisdom tooth extraction. I don't have an extra hole - I have a crater you could park a moon buggy in. And no, I didn't want to take the tooth home with me, but thanks for asking Mr. Dentist, I was really tempted there for oh.. lets see... about no time at all.
Just to prove what these new holes have done to me - I left my favourite hat on the train.
Needless to say there hasn't been much knitting going on as my poor head has taken a bit of a battering. I have used some of the time to sew together a few items that were in need of finishing. I did get this done for Scarlett, it's just a bigger version of the cardigan I made when she was born in pink boucle.
It's the garter stitch cardigan in 'Simple Knits for Cherished Babies' by Erika Knight. Jenny mentioned that it was the thing that she found most useful, so I thought a bigger one would come in handy. I wish I'd used more interesting yarn though, this was just plain acrylic. Still, it takes so little time to knit one up that I may make another. It's not like there's a shortage of babies around here.