More knitting photos
Also, hats are useful for using up those little scraps of yarn.
When I have between six and ten inches of hat, I divide my stitches by 4, place markers, and knit two together every time I slip a marker. When it's too small to slide easily around the 16 inch needle, then I switch to double points. This is trickier to do in the dark, but doesn't' impair scenery watching in the least. And within a few hours, I have another hat for the Medical Teams basket, a bit more space in my stash, and a bit more peace in my soul. Knitting is so meditative.
The puppets take a lot more visual attention, but are excellent freeway work. Again, they use up odds and bobs, and it's such fun to see the personality emerge as I work them.
You will, of course, notice that these are one of a kind objects. I have SSS, (Severe Second Sock/Sleeve Syndrome.) Doing something exactly like something else is a trial for me. I'm very fond of vests for this reason. No sleeves.
I towel-dried them, and they have already forgiven us. They are soft and fluffy and now, they are all wearing flea collars. My wrists and ankles are itching madly. The little pests left the kitties, and attacked me.
I have lost my cell-phone, which I had turned to silent, but in searching for it, I found my camera. It's an ill wind that blows no good. And perhaps, once I empty all my pockets, dump my purse, clear the laundry off the table and clean every horizontal surface in the house, the phone will turn up. I can always hope.