Even on a cold overcast day, there’s always comfort to be found in small things. Like the growth spurt and new leaves of an avocado seedling that you’ve been nurturing for weeks.
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Day 295/365: Avocado Seedling
I haven’t been able to make much progress on my sock over the last few days. I’ve only knitted a couple of rows, and it wouldn’t make for a very interesting photo. So here is something more interesting instead. Remember my avocado seed that I’d been attempting to sprout?
It’s coming up nicely.
Day 274/365: The Sprouting Avocado Seed
This week I have been alternating between knitting a few rows on the Green Print sock and knitting a couple of rows on the Cherry Cola afghan. I knit using the Continental style along with the magic loop method. Combined, the two approaches make for faster knitting. Still, it’s slow going. I could share pictures of my progress, but they would be pretty boring photos. Luckily, I discovered something very cool this afternoon when I got home, so I’ll share a photo of that instead.
My avocado seed is sprouting!