Imagine my futile tries to clean the living room floor 4 times! I was scrubbing the floor Japanese style, with a rag on all fours as I was trying to get the stubborn stains off the tiles. A mop just won't do. What
By the time I got home past midnight, I was flat out. I had to give the next day's Knit & Stitch session a miss too as there was a rescheduled Thai cooking class1 I had to attend [as a student; not the chef]. Either way, I couldn't have knitted much as my arms are sore from all that vigorous cleaning the day before.
However, I managed to meet up with Siow Chin & Erin; Erin and I are getting our loot from Siow Chin who brought them all the way from Hong Kong. Look at what I've got!
After that, we went shopping & I just bought more stuff!
I must have bought close to 10 pink Clover chibis lately. I think the store sales staff must be wondering if I've gone bonkers but so far the ones I've bought are for swaps and RAOKs. [Note: Susan, I still need to get one more for you before yours is complete.]
These are the new RY (Rowan) Cashcotton in a light lilac tweed shade. The yarn is so soft next to the skin. I hope my sock pal would love them. I haven't quite decided on a pattern yet but is hoping to start sometime next week.
1: I attended the Thai cooking class so that I can master some of hubby's favorite dishes like the Thai green curry and mango with glutinous rice dessert.