A gentle post with some pops of green from our balcony garden, and some knitting news. Of course we are deep in radishes by now. :) Spinach has sprouted and parsley is poking its head out too. Just waiting for the mint to come. I am nervous about mint. It's my first time growing it from seed. I try not to check on it all the time so I won't be disappointed at each glance. Gardens can be nail-biters sometimes!
This is the first baby sweater update. As you can see, there's still a ways to go. No worries. I have nothing but time. I've been itching to knit something in this gray, but I'm wondering if it's more masculine than neutral? I guess I can always add pink trim if it comes down to that. Or really girlie buttons. Also, I can't decide whether I prefer knitting or crocheting. This from someone who just started knitting seriously. It's a very nice conundrum to find oneself in. Yarn, I've missed you.
PS - There's something so right about knitting for baby. Despite the summer heat, it just feels good. (Thank God for cool breezes and AC...)