Lime? Yes, lime...when I lived in the Caribbean, liming referred to the fine art of kicking back and doing nothing or at least restricting one's activity to those we enjoy most.
I was at work a couple of weeks ago and smelled something burning...sniff... sniff...I then realized that it was my brain. I probably needed to take some time off to recoup. So I have this next week off and intend to do as little as possible. Other than a few errands involving the completion of my kitchen and updating my Etsy listings, I think I can pull it off.
On the knitting front, here's the progress on the cable lace scarf. I am very happy with the pattern, it's slightly asymmetrical (like me), and is working up fairly fast.
I am also almost finished with my "at work" socks, which refers to the socks that I work on during my lunch hour. This was my answer to what to do with all of my left over sock yarn scraps. I tried to, again, make them as asymmetrical as possible. These will match everything and nothing.
A post script to the felted clogs. I decided to re-felt them as they were a little sloppy in their fit. I'm glad that I did now they are pretty close to perfect. I'm sure with wear they will mold to my feet as the pattern states.
Everyone, have a great week and try to find some time to lime.