Both of my current projects have been moving along – not dramatically, but steadily.
I am about halfway done with the raglan decreases on my Niazuma back. It is tidily stored right next to what is now my workstation ready to deploy for phone meetings!
The shark part of my Shark 3D socks are 10 rows away from done – it is pretty subtle patterning. So still having doubts about this pattern, but that is OK
When they are done I will have to get some natural light pictures of them and see if they don’t show up a bit better.
Other than that, I have been binge reading some fun new mystery books, the Constable Twitten mysteries by Lynn Truss of Eats, Shoots & Leaves fame. They are set in Brighton, England in the late 1950’s. The general gist of them is Constable Twitten is a very bright (too bright) young police constable who winds up in Brighton where the police department is comically inept. Various wacky hijinks ensue. I started with A Shot in the Dark, which is the first book in the series and then right on to The Man That Got Away Since I was reading on my Nook, I was able to download book 2 at 11:30 at night, the very second I finished book 1. Which is one reason I like e-readers. The next book in the series is due out in July, so there’s that to look forward to! If you like British humor and murder mysteries of the milder sort, these might be right up your alley.