A is for Absurdistan which makes me laugh:
It's also for adultery, of the knitting variety that is. I've had a fling with some "B is for Bulky yarn". Instead of Rona we have Skeppsta:
Pattern: Skeppsta by Cornelia Tuttle Hamilton, size small, though it's still oversize. I'll get one of the kids to take a photo of me in it once it's dry.
Yarn: Noro Transitions, Color #5, 540 grams, though I used parts of seven hanks in an attempt to balance the colors somewhat.
Fine Tuning: None, except to shorten the sleeves. A fun pattern, but you have to read between the lines a bit as it makes assumptions about your knowledge of short rowing. I'm dreaming up a DK weight version for my guy as he liked the pattern so much, but in that case I'll do it with a crew neck and a shaped sleeve cap, or at least a modified dropped shoulder, to better suit him.
C is for Completed. Yeehaw!
C is also for cat.
D is for Dog...
The black cat isn't all that intimidated, but the orange guy is so convinced that Dog will make a meal of him that he is in hiding and isn't even eating much. His poor little pea brain can't figure out that the big Dog (who is only here until tomorrow) is about the gentlest creature to ever have inhabited the earth and only wants to play. Dog even waits while the cats have there turn at his kibbles. Who'd have thought?
I think that brings me up to date on the ABC Along, phew!