I've been working on my Katrina Rib sweater this week. Almost continuously I've been worrying that it'll be too small.
See what I mean?
Worrisome, isn't it? (is that a word, and is that how you spell it?)
I finally got it long enough to be worth trying on, so I put it on some scrap yarn, and I did. (Yea, that sentence has problems. Sometimes I wonder why I write a blog and can anyone even understand what I mean with so many grammar and spelling errors. Sorry, grammar avengers!)
Well, surprisingly enough, it actually fits quite comfortably. (Other than the arms, which I can blame on the scrap yarn stitch holders that I didn't loosen up.) I'm going to continue on. I also have most of two skeins left so there's hope there also.
In case you want some baseball news, DS#1 got drafted today in the 34th round to the Cubs. It's exciting, but at the same time a bit disappointing. It was much lower than he expected this year. He has another year of college to go (with a scholarship), so he has a decision to make.
In the meantime, he's coming home to visit. That means I'll be cleaning his room this weekend. And cooking. maybe I'll do some of that.