You know altho I had the cancer and the surgery, I feel so lucky because I had no chemo or radiation. Although people tell me I am a survivor, I think that the survivors are the people who had things much worse than I did.
I feel more like I was lucky that I got a routine colonoscopy and it was picked up so early and the surgery results were so good.
I am excited, while at the library today I found a pattern for a cap that I think would be a great chemo cap. I really like it, it looked more advanced than I thought I could do but I just knitted the pattern for practice and I did pretty good.
Thanks for the yarn suggestions. So, now, I have questions. The pattern calls for "Rowan DK Tweed". Are the "cascade fixation" or the "elan sock it to me" going to be ok? If you knit with 2 strands of sock yarn does it equal a DK? I know that I will have to do a swatch and adjust accordingly.
And what about knitting distorts the time-space continuim? I swear that I am stopping knitting to go to bed at 10pm and yet it always is at least 1 to 2 hours later than that.
And I had never really thought about pink being the color of nipples(!!!) but the cancer color picker was defiantely whacked and it wouldn't surprise me. Hey, KellyK, you sound pretty whacked coming up with that nipple thing. Are you secretly the cancer color picker?
Cancer Free Christmas Carol