My day began with this…which, since you are reading a new post from me, went fine. I have now successfully updated all four of my Apple devices to the new OS without issue. whew! I chatted with my mom over lunch today about getting her phone and iPad updated and we’re in agreement we’re going to ask my sister to do it 🙂 My mom has an iPhone6 and a first (or second?) generation iPadAir. Do any of y’all have tales of caution from this latest update? please share – I love technology when it works smoothly, but when it doesn’t … well … I just want to be prepared!
Speaking of lunch, we tried a new restaurant today in downtown Alpharetta. It’s been open about six months but this was our first visit. For sure, it will not be our last. The decor is stunning, accommodations comfortable, service attentive, wine list varied and reasonable … and the food, well. like I said, we’ll be back!
In the interest of sharing some knitting content (because Wednesday), I present you pretty screenshots (btw – LOVE the upgrade there!) of my Ravelry project and queue pages.
The little boy socks are finished and I have three projects in the works (ahem, and a big handful of finished projects I’ve never even shared with y’all!).
Now that opera season has begun, I expect those Archangel Socks to get more attention. My goal is to have them finished by Thanksgiving (so I can knit mittens). I started the second sleeve on Blaer last night, so it’s close … as is Slanted Sleeven (which now does have a project on Ravelry 😉 ).
All those thoughts of finishing together with finally updating (y’all it’s been on my list to update since before I went to England) Ravelry inspired me to update my Queue.
I have high hopes to finish those first two sweaters before Christmas … I bought the yarn for Love Note in Bath and Felix fills a big gap in my (post going gray) closet. Arata and achikochi will take me to next spring to finish, but I have the yarn for both and anticipate a little more space for knitting after Christmas. I also have an ADVENTurer Wrap to finish. and plenty of single skeins to knit socks. Thinking about next spring, I have yarn to swatch for Sarah’s latest sweater – Public Works. My yarn is Berroco’s Remix Light, which is a great three season (S/S/F) yarn for Georgia. I would love to have it ready for the first warm-ish day in March … we’ll see!
So grateful to Kat for hosting our mid-week meet-up. I do look forward to seeing what y’all are unraveling!