Monday, January 06, 2020

Second FO of the year is better

It's a Friend of the Forest hood.


I did this with the 'emergency' yarn I bought when I got to the coast and discovered I left most of my yarn in Eugene. IT's three different colors of KnitPicks Wool of the Andes--maybe $6 total for the yarn for the hood? I like it a lot and the colors are me.

Today is the first day of winter term, my class is Tuesday/Thursday but I spent a good chunk of the day going through copy edits for a new book that I have coming out. Lots and lots of copy edits. And I was working on my school Air which has a smaller screen and it HURT! Plus I didn't have the right reading glasses. Can I have some cheese with all this whine?

I wanted to share this picture of my happy place. There are tons of wild rabbits in Pacific City, many of them are the great great great great great grandchildren of domesticated rabbits that turned 'feral'. Quotes around the feral because this:

I'm feeding this one Oyster Crackers that I just happened to have in my bag.  I think I shared the goodness with three rabbits on Friday. They won't let you pet them but will they will eat out of your hand. Thanks to our friend Dominique for the photo.

6 comments:

KSD said...

How glorious to have friendly rabbits about! And, as I said before, the hood's colors are wonderful.

Kym said...

Just love that photo of you with the rabbit! XO And that's a lovely (and practical, too) cowl. I'm going to have to check out that pattern. . .

Tired Teacher said...

The cowl/hood will be great for windy hikes and walks. The photo of you and the rabbit is fabulous!

Vera said...

Oh my gosh! I love that picture of you and the bunny!! And, that cowl/hood looks really cozy. I made a sockhead cowl last year that works the same way.

kathy b said...

I just love the bunny story . I VE Never heard it. Is there a children's book about the bunnies? WOW
I love your ingenious knit up KIM!!

DelightedHands said...

The cowl/hood is a great pattern and has pretty colors!
I love bunnies-sweet photo!