Tuesday, June 05, 2007

I wish I lived in Arizona

If I lived in Arizona, I would have had FOs to show you several days ago. As it is, I wet-blocked some things AT LEAST a week ago and they are still not dry. San Francisco is unbelievable. It's a constant losing battle trying to find somewhere or some way to hang your towel so that it will be dry by the next day. You don't even want to know about the crazy prolific molds and mildews. Maybe I should stick to lace until I move somewhere drier. Anyway here are some previews. I promise I'll show you the real things as soon as they are dry enough to model (any week now...)

Cabled T-neck drying

Monkey sock drying

5 comments:

hege said...

I know what you mean! Last time I washed my heavy cotton sweater, it took so long to dry that it started to smell... Even while running the dehumidifier. Had to do it all over again on a carefully planned dry weather day! Your sweater looks beautiful, though!

Kathy said...

Oh it is like that in our Chicago area right now. You could wring the air out and it would run water. My new roses are getting fungi due to the night humidity. Who knew? We go from needing the humidifier one day to the dehumidifier the next. I love you knits today

Knittypants said...

Looking good, can't wait to see more :-)

Batty said...

Beautiful knitting, but I hear you on the humidity. Our part of Mass has the same problem in the summer. It makes the hair frizz!

schrodinger said...

That damp air is no joke! Hope they dry soon.