Friday, May 7, 2010

Olives are Easy

I've had soooo much going on this week! I was still able to squeeze in enough time to make my olives, though. I still want to make the Giant Olive, but that will have to wait. I've just got too much going on until after school is out for the summer.

No problems with the patterns. But, then, what could go wrong in 8 rounds?

 (I haven't had time to take pictures yet, so I will have to add those later - sorry.)

I have this little dilemma for next week. I really really really want to make this Pea Babe (isn't that just the cutest thing?!?), but it has many many many rounds, and a few parts & pieces. On top of that, next week, Maeser performs Into The Woods, and I'm the resident Drama Mama (I've told the kids I want that on a T-shirt. My Twins were not amused...), so I'll be tied up at rehearsals and then back stage every night of the play. That sounds like I'd have plenty of time with my yarn, but, alas, I am there to help out with wardrobe, etc.

What would you do?

1 comment:

Maine Mummy said...

That is an exceptionally cute pattern. Do the little pieces at home when you have a free minute. Take the body with you and keep it backstage for picking up and putting down as you are needed. Finish it off while the kids are celebrating at the after show party. Says the woman who managed a mere three rows yesterday! Just use a time travel machine - has to be the easiest solution.