One Crazy Fiber Lady

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One Crazy Fiber Lady

Waffling

May 2nd, 2012 · 4 Comments

I’ve made a great deal of progress on Evenstar and while I like the pattern, I’m just not sure about the yarn. The gradient is far more variegated than I expected.


I’m just not feeling it. Spreadsheet says 31% complete and I think I should stop now and restart with a different yarn. Now. Rather than layer. Yes?

On other news I saw a rather unusual sight this morning on my way to work. Driving down the block on the way to the station I spotted something on the neighbor’s lawn that I initially took for a lawn ornament. Which moved. I backed the car up. This is what I saw:


Sorry for the crappy photo but the regular camera was in my purse in the back seat. My iPhone was in my pocket. Internet research leads me to believe s/he is a red tailed hawk. I interrupted breakfast. Shortly after I snapped this the bird flew with the catch to a nearby tree and I headed for the train.

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4 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Manise // May 3, 2012 at 6:41 am

    Frog if not loved. I have a red tailed hawk pair in my woods nesting. Mine will have to settle for squirrels, birds and bunnies as all of our chipmunks have disappeared. I suspect they all died over the winter from starvation and tick infestation.

  • 2 Donna // May 3, 2012 at 9:55 am

    That hawk is amazing. Very cool spotting!

    I would rip it out. You will end up unhappy. You have knit it so quickly – in no time you will be back to the same point with yarn that you like.

    Do you have any in the stash that would work?

  • 3 Laurie // May 4, 2012 at 5:12 pm

    They are impressive birds. Cornell Livestream has the newly hatched three chicks with a dead squirrel in the nest with them.

    Frog. I tend not to be a variation kind of girl when it comes to lace.

  • 4 Harriet // May 7, 2012 at 1:31 pm

    Mmmmn…..squirrel! It’s what’s for dinner!