Wednesday, October 07, 2009

One zucchini at a time,

Now, I've heard stories about people getting giant zucchinis dropped off on their porches. Since my zucchini plants never did more than bloom and die, I've never had that problem. I did, however, finally get a little zucchini present of my own.

I went outside to clear away some of my frosty garden plants and found one last ripe tomato and one lone zucchini. Yippee!

In the meantime, I am working away on the Multnomah Shawl. I am close, oh, so close to getting to the interesting parts. The yarn I'm using (J.Knits Superwash Me - Light Sock Yarn) is now my new best friend. What makes it even better is that I submitted a question to the J-Knits podcast and it was used. As a result, I won a skein of yarn! I am so looking forward to seeing what it will be. This winning thing is pretty addictive . . .

My Cool Wednesday site is Antony Gormley's One & Other project on display on the Fourth Plinth. The Fourth Plinth is the name given to the empty plinth in the north-west corner of Trafalgar Square in London.

My link is to podcaster Brenda Dayne's Plinth Moment on Saturday, September 14. She's giving it her all for knitting!

1 comment:

Guinifer said...

I don't think those veggies would have made it another night out in that chill!