So I’m doing great on my teacher scarf project. 3 more months of school, and I’m 1/3 of the way done, unless I want to make 2 or 3 more for the other class’ teachers. This has been a fun pattern and a great way to use up oddballs. I just pick one color that is the main color, and then add in other colors as the contrasting colors. Fun, so far, and I’ve even been able to knit at the movies!
Pattern: Red Scarf at Night
Yarn: oddballs, mostly Cascade 220 in a myriad of colors.
Not only did I see a few movies this week (I’ve been really backed up in “errands” after having to work *a whole month* at my internship!) The good news is that I am signing up to volunteer somewhere else. I won’t be getting the $12 an hour I got before, but at least I won’t have to do as much stuff I am not equipped to do. I’ll tell you more once I start. I’m a bit worried, though, as they told me to call up to get a training time, and so far I can’t get anyone to answer the phone. I hope it doesn’t have access issues like my previous internship.
So I can wholly recommend “Alice in Wonderland” and “Cop Out” and also not as wholly but still recommend “She’s Out of my League”. “Alice in Wonderland” was great – and I have no idea why I didn’t know Crispin Glover was in it, but he was and he was amazing! “Cop Out” was really funny even though Tracy Morgan was one of the stars and I am underwhelmed by him. There was even a funny scene about knitting! I enjoyed “She’s Out of my League” but it definitely could have been edited (maybe even written) better. It was good, but way too long and some of the characters needed to be fleshed out more. But definitely enjoyable.
More scarves to come!