Monday, June 25, 2007

H.R. Bunzanstuff

We had rain! A little over an inch since Friday. Not nearly enough, but still it means that the grass won't be crunchy underfoot. Of course, the humidity level is way up so I am forced to stay inside. Forced to sit in air conditioning and knit.

I have begun the Melon Shawl from the cover of Victorian Knits Today. Here it is a few days ago.

I now have close to a third of the center panel done, (about 14") and I now realize that I only have enough yarn to complete two thirds of it. Decision time. Since I cannot reproduce the yarn, I could spin a complementary yarn and put it at each end. I could make the border much bigger or make the borders at each end only bigger. I have options, and that's all I could ask for.

The bunnies are keeping me busy. I have thirty angoras and the heat of summer can be deadly for them. I've clipt a few ahead of time (I usually clip them every three months as their wool grows at least an inch a month.) Brought Bongo inside for a comb out last night. Isn't he handsome? He's one that will not need an ear tattoo. However, there are four others that look just like him (only with a complete set of ears) and they will.

Another of Stubby's offspring showed herself.

She sports the "mane" that he, the lion head, had and her ears are definitely littler that normal. The brown baby's aren't this small and he has no mane. They have already grown used to the cats and Buster. I had to crawl out the front door onto the porch to get this shot.


Rodrigo said...

Oi, achei teu blog pelo google tá bem interessante gostei desse post. Quando der dá uma passada pelo meu blog, é sobre camisetas personalizadas, mostra passo a passo como criar uma camiseta personalizada bem maneira. Até mais.

Valerie said...

The white bunny baby is *darling*. I love the short ears. I just got back from viewing the bunnies at the local county fair — every year I carefully arrange to go on Bunny day. They had my favorite Holland Lops, a lot of Flemish Giants and Rexes, and the occasional English or American Lop. Not so many nor so many varieties as usual, but I do love me some bunnies.

shansays said...

How pretty:)