Thursday, March 9, 2017

Solar Heat Lamp

Also known as sun shining through a window :-).  It's really not that dark in the barn.  I had the camera just meter off the sunbeam lamb so the rest is just underexposed.  I took some with a more balanced meter, but like this one the best.

Have made it into the #6 check point and am stopping for the night.  The pattern calls for 6 more repeats for the cable and lace edge.  My row gauge (the height of the stitches) is off though so I may not want to do all twelve.  I guess it won't break my heart if I have to skip one or two ;-).

I tried to knit in the lambing barn this afternoon, but kept getting too distracted by So Much Cuteness and had to go to timeout in the car so I could focus...a little better.


Alice said...

That capture is heavenly!!! I think I hear Christmas music!
I would be able to gaze elsewhere either!

sophy0075 said...

That is a calendar photo, for sure. I wouldn't be able to concentrate around all those lambs either.

Cheryl West said...

Spring will come and then those babies will be out and bouncing around. We have cold and snow today (yesterday near 60) with more to come on Tuesday. Being snug in a barn looks pretty good.
Thank you for explaining the spit splice. Now I understand that join.
Your shawl looks beautiful. Have another lovely day with knitting and lambs.

Terry and Linda said...

Love those tiny babies!

Ruth said...

Lovely. :)


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