Sunday, May 2, 2010

Knowing how to accessorize

We've had the oddest weather 'round these here parts over the past few days. Mother Nature definitely needs to look into getting herself some Prozac or sumn', because 4 days ago it was friggin' SNOWING here, and now I'm sitting in short and flip-flops and complaining about how hot and muggy it is. Honestly.... what UP with dat?

The good thing about Spring finally springing is that we'll all be able to move into our Spring and Summer wardrobes, as we've been doing over the past few weeks, only *fingers crossed* for real this time.

Honeybee will of course be making an appearance yet again, as soon as I've gotten the buttons sewn on.

I received my order from Jennie the Potter a few weeks ago, and am seriously contemplating getting off my arse already and sewing on the gosh darn buttons. Aren't they pretty??? I dunno about you, but I really feel it's important to have the right buttons for a project, you know? Especially one that required So. Much. Work.

In other knitting news, progress continues on the second Nebula sock. I've turned the heel (finally!) and hope to have some FO shots to share with you soon!

Happy Knitting Everyone!

8 comments:

Sereknitty said...

Oh, so perfect. Those buttons are the crowning glory!

Alrischa said...

Perfect! Buttons! They've somehow made the honeybee even prettier... [shakes head in astonishment]

Knit and Purl Mama said...

Those are some pretty sweet buttons.

kate-the-enabler said...

So. Excited. To see the buttons at last. Are you pleased?

Sinéad said...

Gorgeous buttons! They really set off the colur of the cardigan. Can you send some of that sun this way? It's rotten & grey here at the moment. Looking forward to Nebula pics!

Big Girl Feet said...

Ooooh those buttons are just perfect! And I agree, the buttons are the finishing touch so they have to be just right. Very nice!!!!

Maryse said...

The buttons are real nice! I like your Honeybee so much that I'm considering making one too! But I have a few things to finish first...

birana said...

Nice pattern.. wonderfull yarn... and amazing buttons :)