Today has been a day of rejoicing for me. My sister had a biopsy last week and the results returned as "benign!" I have thanked God all day, as well as my friends and family who included her in their prayers. Truly...this is a day to rejoice!
I'm posting some new photos and keeping you up to date on Georgia's scarf. I mentioned her in my last post. Her scarf is coming along nicely, and I am enjoying the process of knitting it. Let's face it. There are some projects, no matter what they are, that can be boring and cause longsuffering, but this is not a pattern of that nature...at least not to me. As a beginning knitter, I find this a true joy to knit. I included the link in my last post, and it is for the pattern I am currently using to make Georgia's scarf. It's called the Noro slip stitch scarf, or the Noro Striped Scarf by Jared Flood. By either name, it is an awesome pattern, quick to work up and lovely in its results. I hope you'll check it out and try it. I think any new knitter and even the accomplished knitter may find it enjoyable. The following photos show its progress to date.