I can't tell you how happy I am with it and I know it doesn't look amazing from the picture but it really is lovely and will look even better when we have tiles on the wall. It may take a while to get the tiles though because it isn't easy to go out at the moment with Ted still so ill but we will get there eventually - I am a patient girl really!
I am sure you are wondering how Ted is getting along and until last week things were not so great as the diuretic tablets were not working and his tummy was swelling up again resulting in me needing to get up at 2am to let him out. The cardiologist decided that the only solution would be diuretic injections 4 times a day and it was our last hope really. So I have to give Ted injections at 7am, 1pm, 7pm and 2am everyday and he has tablets as well at 6am, 1pm and 6pm. I have to confess I now go to bed at 9.30pm because I just fall asleep otherwise and I am more than a little shattered most days but Ted is responding and is feeling much better. We don't know how much longer we have but he is a joy to have every single day.
On the knitting front I have finished the mystery shawl test knit and can't wait to be able to show you the whole thing. It is a lovely shape and size and really quite large so perfect to wrap up in and feel 'sparkly'. I am feeling at a bit of a loss after 4 weeks of monogamous knitting on this project and so whilst it was blocking I managed to cast off the second 'Sweet jazz' scarf (pictures to follow) that I was using as car knitting for a while. I have picked the brown shawl back up again but have switched to my chiagoo needles so I can at least see the stitches better - I will keep you posted on that one.
I think I may have bored you all senseless by now so will pop off and leave you in peace. Take good care of yourselves! Sxx