Commence with the crossing of fingers

I’m about halfway through assembling the yellow squares into my mom’s afghan. I’m debating whether it will need a small border knit (or crocheted) on, but I’ll see how it looks once all the squares are put together and make a decision at that point.

In other news, the work on our current house is nearly done, which is a good thing because it goes on the market on Tuesday. And here’s hoping we sell it in a timely fashion, because we fell head over heels in love with a house in Sacramento and have submitted an offer. It’s a gorgeous old Craftsman style bungalow, built in 1920, with lots of built-ins and lots of light, and even though it’s got about the same amount of square footage, it has one more bedroom than our current house. You all know what that means, right? Can we say ‘yarn room’? (Well. I might not take over the whole room – my stash isn’t *that* huge – but I am thinking I can at least commandeer the extra closet!).

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One Response to Commence with the crossing of fingers

  1. elan says:

    Wow craftsman style bungalow & in Sacremento (one of my fav places I visited as a child, I neeeeed to go back) I understand why you’d fall in love, the extra bedroom/closet would be just a bonus for me.

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