Today we hung the much-anticipated peg rail. We'll be running another length all the way behind the door, when we get the right hardware. I thought that a whole wall of pegs would be enough to let me do some little peg-rail installations of arty hanging stuff, but I appear to have underestimated the amount of stuff that needs hanging around here.
I worked some on a scarf for my girl, though I'm not convinced it's a keeper. It's much easier to sew random pieces of fabric together & get the look I want than it is to achieve a similar effect with yarn. I do love the bobble rib, though (orange), plus there's alway something invigorating about knitting with a discontinued Rowan yarn (Cork).
Made a trip to Pacific Fabrics for
another giant pile of fabric some batting. We complain about the lack of exciting, Bolt-esque fabric stores in Seattle, but I have to say, PF's offering of modern designer lines is really coming along. (I go to the Northgate store -- other locations cater to a more traditional quilting crowd, I found out today.)
I do not have a picture of the sheriff's badge I did not manage to get this afternoon, since when I got to the store there was a big LOT FULL sign up & I'd just finished at the fabric store & it was 4pm & all I wanted to do was go home. I'll try the display & costume store again when it's not late afternoon on an October Saturday, how about? Gave me a good idea for a t-shirt, though, since that's a pretty good summation of how I often feel: LOT FULL.