When cats and yarn go missing
Eventually reinforcements were called in and my mother talked to several of the neighbours, who were very kind and helpful, but no luck. After sitting all afternoon with the door open waiting for his little face to appear, I had to give up and close the door on the dark and the spitting rain.
I moped across the room with all kinds of terrible scenarios running through my head. Then guess who wanders out of the bedroom yawning and stretching and looking completely innocent??! I swear, he can't keep this up, or I will go prematurely grey.
On the knitting front my knit mojo and my pink alpaca are still MIA. However, this lovely rustic has finally arrived!! I'm going to make a simple stocking stitch jumper with a ribbed shawl collar from a Bendigo pattern.
In other good news, I have finished all my major assignments and only have a dull, but straight forward, Occupational Health and Safety thing to do. Then in a couple of weeks the school holidays arrive. So much knitting time!!
Fifi and Ash-in-disgrace