Not so much writing at the moment. I'm knitting a cowl, and while I can more or less read online and knit at the same time, I do need two hands free to type a blog post.
The cowl is an interim project before I start my Miette cardigan (ravelry afficionados may already be familiar with this pattern). I started unravelling my shapeless excuse for a cardigan which happens to be made in lovely wool, and thought I'd better do something more than just unravel. I had advanced knitting techniques lessons with my friend Ruth on Saturday night and I'm feeling almost ready to start the Miette.
I've been seething about Rosemary McLeod's opinion piece in yesterday Sunday Star Times, but I'm waiting for it to be posted online before I dissect it here. The short version is that she is wrong and annoying, and so is the layout/images editor who placed a photo of Catherine Deneuve wearing underwear only alongside the article rather than McLeod herself in clothes. It's pretty wearisome when every single article on fashion and (and other unrelated subjects) is accompanied by an overtly sexual image seemingly designed for a male gaze.
Georgina of Fuller Figure Fuller Bust writes in a much more body positive tone as she encourages many of us to ignore the oft-given advice that Fat Girls Should Wear Baggy Clothes.