After vowing to complete my cardigan this weekend I found myself Sunday afternoon, with only half a collar to knit and out of yarn. Again. I already had to buy extra skeins last week! The icing on the cake? The only store in town that carries the yarn decided to change their hours and close on Sundays starting... March 2nd. Baah!
With this unexpected sweater hiatus, I was suddenly project-less. Without skipping a beat I started myself a new sweater.
It's the Borealis sweater from Twinkle's Weekend Knits in Twinkle Soft Chunky "peacock blue" and "urchin" (peacock blue doesn't exist in this link for some reason. Maybe because it's my prize yarn?). I know, I know. Super bulky yarn combined with horizontal stripes? I'm just asking to look like wooly mammoth in this one but I don't learn lessons easy. I've somehow convinced myself that this won't be complete disaster, so just hush up until I prove myself wrong! Besides, at the speed this is knitting, if it ends up back in the frog pond I won't be shedding any tears.
Without a lot to exciting knitting content, I thought I'd take a cue from so many other bloggers and post some foodie fodder:
I made Laura's Mattar Paneer! Oh. Mah. Gawd. This was SO good! I've always loved paneer. Despite hearing it wasn't difficult to make I just never got around to it (possibly due to my inability to find cheesecloth which I now seem to see everywhere). Not only was it easy, but it's possibly the best paneer I've had! You just can't beat fried cheese. Thanks Laura!
Judging by all the recipes floating around out there on knitting blogs, does that mean most knitters like to cook? Should I post other stuff I make?