As I'm typing this, the moon is in complete shadow and it looks red. So. Very. Cool! I'm lucky enough that I can see the eclipse from my bedroom window and I don't have to stand out in the cold like all the other poor saps. Unlike the poor saps, though, I don't have a telescope so I can't see Saturn's rings. I think it would be worth standing out in the cold for that. I tried to take a picture of the moon using the zoom on my camera but it just came out as a white blob. I won't make you look at it.
Knit night was wonderful. There were seven of us there tonight. Alice, the organizer of Wednesday nights, is a SciFi fan like I am. I hope we didn't bore the others talking about Supernatural, Firefly and Twin Peaks. It's so nice to talk to another SF geek. While the talking was happening, I was working on my wrap. I was right: decreasing on one side and increasing on the other will make it turn like I want it to. Here's another shot. After this one, you probably won't see it again until it's done. In progress photos can get pretty boring, "Look, here it is again, only longer!" It's not that exciting a knit.
This picture shows much better what I was trying to explain yesterday. I have a few issues going on on the right side but, hey, it's supposed to be rustic and I never planned on entering it in any wrap contests anyway. I think I forgot an increase somewhere between yellow and dark red. Oh, well. It'll still be warm and I'll probably only use it when I'm sitting on the couch.
I'm off to bed. I can't stop yawning.