Monday, June 07, 2010

Red Green Progress

I've been knitting a few different things, one of which is the Red Green Sweater. Not only is this a nice looking sweater, the construction is such that it seems to fly off the needles. I've finished the body, and have started the first sleeve. All the body hems and steeks have been sewn (which does seem to take as long as the knitting...), so once the sleeves are done, the sweater will be as well.
(really crappy picture showing the front neckline. It seems that for the red to protography reasonably well, it can't fill the whole screen - it needs something like the oak table top to tne it down...)

There has been other knitting - I'll get to that in another post.

As far as the job situation - thanks for all the kind words. I'm not that concerned about getting something else - I have a pretty good skill set that transfers well, it's just the whole application - interview process. Then there''s the whole new job thing - meeting new people - figuring out how things function process. Plus, this present job was really one of the best, so it's going to be hard to match. We're hoping to get more information (timelines, etc.) today. So I'm either going to be part of the transition, and be here for a couple of weeks, or I'm out today with a package!
We'll see...

4 comments:

Lucky Canuck said...

Finding the washrooms and where the fridge is to put your lunch, is also another part of the new job that's no fun.

Carol said...

Hoepfully you find a new plac quickly and it al goes smoothly

Brenda said...

The most important question for you to ask is " Can I wear flip flops to work?" Cross them off your list if the answer is no.

Acorn to Oak said...

Your red sweater is looking great! Good luck with the whole job thing. I hope it all works out great!