Little Grey Bungalow
That makes more sense than wrapping it in a towel or something that will get tangled in the bed clothes. I just roll over and press up against The Squire. After forty-odd years he's stopped leaping out of bed, and he is a one-man blast furnace.
I think it would be relatively easy to copy in knitting, as well.
Something practical I might even be persuaded to make! I downloaded the pattern just in case! (Japanese nights are cold in winter, no central heating.)
What do you think a good yarn choice would be? I'm torn between something fuzzy/warm and something practical/washable.
I bought Mary Maxim Mellowspun DK acrylic blend for baby clothes: soft, not fluffy, but textured, knits up well, so far 2 knots in 30 balls. But, I'm using a lot of Knitpicks KW and Patons DK superwash wool lately; not very soft, but holds the heat and washes well.This calls for a trip to the wool shop to squeeze yarn.
Like I need an excuse.
Go for the baby alpaca! Yummy yarn!
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