Tuesday, 17 March 2009

Did you hear the scream?

I just knew it would happen. I spent hours cleaning from top to bottom and then no visitors! A meeting overran so they couldn't make it. Never mind, the house is clean and the shopping has been done for delivery tomorrow. In theory, this means I will have more time the rest of the week, but it never seems to work like that.

When I eventually sat down, I did do some more stitching on the pin keep, but there is still some way to go, and some threads to buy.

The evening did seem a little more productive. I finished knitting and sewed up the little baby cardigan. I just need to get some buttons. As most of the day will be spent travelling, it is going to be mainly a reading day. Hopefully I can start another little cardigan tonight.

10 comments:

nutmegg said...

Next time if you want your visitors to arrive "don't clean the house". Visitors only come when the house is untidy.

Annie said...

At least the house is clean.

The cardigan is so nice. Love that color.

Gaynor said...

Oh how annying...I would have put em off or just asked them to accept the ouse as it was..with perhaps just seating room made lol
I didnt get anything done yesterday becuase we went up North shopping for food. I cannot believe how cheap it is up there (and in the Uk) compared to here.
even so, would have rather been stitching lol

Rudee said...

Well that's a pain-but it is clean. Now you can put your feet up and stitch away.

I love the sweater.

CJ Stitching and Blooms said...

Hello Jane, I love your lovely knitted cardigans. What do you do with them??? Sell them??? Hugs Judy

Knitting Linguist said...

Isn't that just the way? I love the baby cardigan, though :)

hokgardner said...

Such a sweet little sweater!

Elena said...

This cardigan is so precious!

Karan said...

Isn't that always the case? Still, at least it'll save you time later in the week. Sweet cardigan - love the colour. :0)

Linda said...

Cute cardigan. Lovely color....Nutmegg is right, visitors only show up when the house is dirty...hugs, Linda