Since I was pretty much on my own for Christmas day I got some stitching done in front of the TV. Christmas Quaker has a new corner motif in the works.
Patchwork Hiver has its second border edge started.
Speaking of tiny needles, #16 is finally on the line with its siblings just in time to get packed away. I said I was going to take a break before I started #17 but it's already kitted up and sitting on my nightstand. These things are addicting.
All three of these projects were being worked on in ease after I gifted myself some neck lights. They look crazy but they work like a dream. I don't always need magnification so they just shine a very intense light where I need it. I can't believe I hadn't heard of them before. They really are a game changer for those of us who live in dark houses and who like to play with tiny needles on the shortest days of the year.
I ordered a set of necklights like yours last week from Amazon. They're supposed to arrive on Wednesday. So much for 2 day prime delivery! Ha! I'm looking forward to wearing them, especially on the plane next month and when we're in the car traveling in the dark. I'll be able to keep on knitting! Great minds and all. :-)ReplyDelete
Blessings and hugs,
I love how that red 8 pops against the black.ReplyDelete
Mom has a set of those neck lights. She uses them for car knitting in the dark.ReplyDelete
Great stitching--the lights are an excellent idea!ReplyDelete
Great progress on your stitching projects. I need to check out the neck lights. Thanks for the recommendationReplyDelete
Thanks for the reminder! I need to get back to my stitching project. Your projects are very pretty and that little sweater is very cute.ReplyDelete
Your needlework is so lovely. I think I need one of those lights, we have lots of dark corners at this time of year!ReplyDelete