What's in a typical Peg post? Could there be baking?
This is Snickers pound cake in cupcakes, with a mini Snickers stuck in the top, drizzled with chocolate. They're for a staff association bake sale tomorrow. I planned to bring in twelve, but the recipe made 24, with six extra large extras.
In this post could there also be knitting?
This is the Ball-Band Dishcloth, found on the label of Peaches & Creme cotton worsted and reprinted in Mason-Dixon Knitting. For some reason I've fallen so deeply in love with this pattern I can see myself knitting fourteen cloths for both bathrooms, plus more for Christmas presents–I keep telling myself to calm down, finish the thing, and give it a test drive in the shower before I order a ball of each color from the factory (I think they have like 85 colors)–all that garter stitch looks like it could give you quite a scrubbin'.
Another knitting milestone: two socks!
Matchingks! I made them for my friend K, who's been having a bit of a rough time lately, but I don't think she got that I made them–after she tried them on she told another friend that she should get a pair, they were light as a feather…but did she think I just left a pair of random socks on her couch for her? Weird.
And in a Peg post, could there be catses?
Why yes there could!