Monday, August 22, 2005

Rain Rain Rain/Pups

Yet another wet, wet, wet day. Really horrid summer this year. Mostly cool and wet, some very hot humid days but mostly cool and wet. Not good dog days. I don't normally care what the weather is like, but rain is a pain with dogs that don't like it. So it's newspaper down for them . The pups are very full of themselves. They bark at the door when it's knocked. They howl and scream when it's time, in their opinion, for me to get up. They seem to think 5am or even 4am is reasonable. They also do the same at feed time. And if I go out, I am greeted on my return by bedlam.
Little dears that they are.

I have sign on my door requesting that sales people and charities and religous hawkers do not knock. Do they take any notice? Well, charities do. The sales people don't and neither do the Jehovah's Witnesses. why would I buy any goods, or listen to someone spout on about their interpretation of god and life, when they can't read? I just close the door, biting my tongue because I really want to say '%$£"*&^((%$£!!!!!!'

Finally finished the front. It was meant to be the back, and I forgot. The reason being is that I have two different dyelots and decided to do back in one and the rest in the other. Now it will have to the other way around!
Close up of stitch. The diamonds are created with twisted sts filled with DMS.
Neck close up, front. Same interupted rib as body.
You dare.....!
Oh leave me be!
Why are you pointing that at me?

Not as sweet as he looks. At least not at 5am when he and his litter mates think I ought to get up.

6 comments:

Daisy said...

Wow, your aran looks fab - I love the close up pics of the details! Also love the pups. :-)

snowballinhell said...

I'm a lurker on the aran list and just wound up here at your blog. Gorgeous knitting, gorgeous pups!

Karma said...

Oh Colin the sweater is simply lovely! And the pups are stunning!


:)

Deede said...

Fantastic work!!!

Fred said...

Did you get them all homed in the end? When do they start to fly the nest?

Agnes Devine said...

Love your wisdom you seem to have come through the mill, but I think it has done a lot for you dont mean the abuse but your knowledge and understanding. Also love your sweaters it sounds like it is a life saver for you, also where do you get the beautiful yarns I am in Canada it is quite difficult to get coned yarns which you really need for the Passap, I am not as clever as you, have to have patterns not to many ideas of my own but love to work on my machine.Keep on knitting and good luck.