Knitting on my gray cardigan continues.
(I'm deep into the second sleeve.) (Knitting flat.)
(It is a big gray blob.)
(Nothing to see here.)
So I'll show you something else.
When I had the flu a couple of weeks ago, my brain was in a deep fog. I couldn't manage much. I couldn't knit. I couldn't read. My eyes hurt too much to watch tv. But I could sit on the couch and doodle! I grabbed a piece of illustration board and a black pen and I started drawing . . . grid shapes. Then I got out my watercolor pencils and a paintbrush. And I started doing this. . .
It got me through those long, sick days.
There was not much to it. Just grids. Color. And some shading.
I had so much fun with it, I kept going. Even after I was feeling better. Now it looks like this.
I think it's finished. (Although I keep messing with it.)
Adding little details here and there.
Messing with the color.
It's a good . . . counterbalance . . . to knitting a big blob of gray cardigan!
How about YOU? What are you making today?