Bad Hair Day!

I am having a great hair day, as for Chloe; well she’s still adjusting to her new do. Here are some shots of her before and after. Feeling sorry for her, I decided to knit her a little sweater to keep her warm. She loves her sweater and looks forward to putting it on every morning. I don’t think it will last very long, as I made it for her current size, not allowing much room for growth. Once she is fully grown, I'll probably have to redo it.

I have always wanted to learn how to weave, and I have even tried to convince, my fiancée, to take a class with me. I think he may enjoy weaving classes. Now after reading Sweet Georgia, I am getting that bug again. Even so, all that warping seems like a lot of work.


Sahara said…
Hey there,

Thanks for stopping by! I am happy to have found your blog!

Chloe is so sweet! I love to knit for my dog Della, and she loves her sweaters; it's also a great way to use up yarn from my stash.

I was a weaver before I knitted. If you spin and knit, weaving is usually the next step. Warping doesn't have to be a lot of work. You can purchase a warping board that revolves, which is easier. I do encourage you to learn to weave; unlike knitting, weaving is very physical; I enjoyed the sensation of dancing, and the making of cloth is always worth the effort!
Armando said…
Hello sweetheart, I see Chloe is starting to get some hair back.
Keep the updated photos coming.
Miss you and love you. Armando

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