Friday's run/walk: Garmin says 5.25mi in 1:01:44 (5mi = 58:43)
Saturday's run/walk: Garmin says 7.25mi at Queeny in 1:34. (Mostly-ran a 6.25mi Shirley-Goofy in about 1:19, then walked the last mile to stretch and cool down.)
So, anyway - in addition to the first time I've been at Queeny in a very long time, I also finished up my first colorwork project last week: a Sheep Heid hat. I absolutely loved the design, and the fact it was done all in natural Shetland colors - mooskit, shaela, moorit, gaulmogot, sholmit, katmollet, and yuglet - in addition to white and black.
I also taught myself the 'Philosopher's Method' for two-handed fair isle knitting. It was a bit of a learning curve as I'm basically a 'thrower', but I worked on it slowly and finally got comfortable with it.
|Knitting in progress|
|I have sheeps on my heid|
|More rams' heads on the top|
|Detail of the stitches - taken while blocking|