A couple of posts ago I showed some of my works-in-progress. I did finish up the peacock shawl. Yay!
The problem with knitting lace is that when you take that last stitch of many thousands of thousands, it's not a "tah dah" moment. It's more of a "how many hours of my life did I waste on this" moment.
Knitted lace isn't done when you're finished knitting it. There's still a lot of work to be done. It has to be washed, and then you spend an hour on your knees with dozens of pins and brutally stretch it out.
Then you have something worth wearing. I'm pleased with it, and it's taken me to my next project (yeah, I know there are still 2 or 3 in progress). This one weighs 3.75 ounces. I'm wondering how big of a scarf I can make with 1 ounce of yarn. Stay tuned.
In other areas--I've been working with a new bird at the museum. This is a kestral--a wee tiny falcon. And yes--she is full grown.
In the last post we introduced Noko Marie. Not that we really needed another kitten--after all, RiverSong is only about 4 months old, and the Resident Kitten, with all rights and privileges thereof. And them comes this stranger.
*And* the kitten was put in her condo! River was at first a little jealous. But, on second thought--best kitty toy ever!