Wednesday, August 18, 2010
In the past, I have slept on hard pillows. I do not like it. My ear will occasionally hurt even if I am sleeping on a feather pillow. So sleeping on what was essentially a beanbag seemed rather...dubious.
The pillow I bought was the $20 buckwheat pillow from the showcase store at the mall. You know the store...the one that sells all the 'Made for tv' stuf like Bumpits etc....
To sleep on the beanbag pillow, the instructions say to smooth out the surface and then make a shallow bowl in the cente. then lie down on the pillow and pull firmly to the shoulders.
I did that. I slept wonderfully! I didn't hear the hubby snoring. I eally likemy pillow. If my ear feels a little tender, I simply push some of the stuffing out to make a hollow for my ear.
I did find the $20 pillow a little small. So I bought a queen sized one. This one has a zipper in the side, so I could pull out some of the stuffing if it was too high.
Which I did wind up doing.
The verdict is that I sleep better on the buckwheat pillow. I love mine. Try it.
Monday, August 16, 2010
I did, however, while poking around on the internet, find an interesting website on how to tie your shoelaces. Sound straightforward? Not really. Apparently a pair of shoes with 6 eyelet pairs has 2 trillion different ways you can tie your shoe. Who knew?
Monday, August 09, 2010
Yup, sleeves are attached and decreases started. Here's a marginally better pic of sleeve attachment:
Taking pictures of black yarn is hard. Doing it when it's overcast and rainy is nigh well impossible. However, this does mean that I am in the home stretch! Now to keep track of where the various decreases are....
Friday, August 06, 2010
Monday, August 02, 2010
Yup, those are sleeves! Actually, the sleeves are now attached to the body of the sweater and knitting continues apace. This pattern has basically no finishing. Although I did wind up with a couple of small holes in the armpit area, that should be easily closed up at the end. And hardly constitutes much finishing.