Almost done with Philippa’s sunsuit, doing the ribbing on the leg holes and then just sewing on buttons for the straps in the back, then blocking. I can’t wait to actually try it on her. I’ve attempted a few times while it has been in progress but she’s so wiggly and impatient that it’s hard to see how it will really look until I can fasten it in place. It’s been such a fun knit! I could have probably finished faster but I got stuck picking up stitches for the legs and took a break.
I just started For the Children’s Sake. As I said in my last post, schooling is constantly on my mind these days and the rest of the spring and summer is devoted to reading and researching and prepping. Francis Schaeffer is one of my favorite theologians and I adore his wife, Edith Schaeffer’s book The Hidden Art of Homemaking. So I don’t doubt I will enjoy this one written by their daughter.
Joining today with Ginny of Small Things and her weekly yarn along.