She got the hang of it pretty quick, but would get only so far when her hand would get tired, and she would drop it off. It doesn’t make a very wide knit, but she was thinking she would like to make a scarf out of it eventually. It really is a lot of fun – you could make narrow lengths very quickly while sitting watching TV and then sew them together to make a wider scarf. With all the great bizarre yarns out there, think of all the neat stuff you could make!
For a very long time now, I have loved photography. Years ago, I took a class, but that was over 20 years ago when I was using a 35 mm camera, and I have forgotten most of what I learned about F-stops and everything else. My digital photography has been okay, but not that great. Last night, I was reading a book about using macro lenses, and it had a section on photographing animals. What do you suppose I did? Yup – I started bugging my cats. Here are a couple that I took-
I am amazed at the difference it makes to use the macro setting – the flash was still going off, but I didn’t get the red eye I usually get when taking pictures of the girls. This is something I will have to explore further- I’ll have to see how far “in-your-face” I can get with the kids! LOL
And that has pretty much been the extent of the day. Sad. I’m so glad the weekend is starting. Tomorrow is the giveaway announcement!