Here is the last sky of September, a nice blue sky with some wispy clouds.
There is a little fall color in the woods near our house. Most of the leaves are still green, however, the drought has brought out some early color on sweet gums and sumac. The weather has been gorgeous, with clear blue skies and less humidity. It is supposed to get back in the 80s on… Continue reading A Little Fall Color
Well, I apologize for the lack of knitting photos lately. All I have been working on for the past copule of days is the yoke of my cable raglan from Y2Knit. This is the major project for the Fall Cable KAL. There are 11 cables on the yoke. What is neat is that the raglan… Continue reading I Have Too Been Knitting
Here on the left is hand-painted sock yarn dyed for me by Laura of Sugar Bunny Blvd. October is the colorway. I traded a knitting book for it. Doesn’t it look good with the Serengeti Gloss silk blend from KnitPicks on the right? They are both very soft. Below is the Essential Tweed from KPs,… Continue reading Sock Yarn for Autumn
I have started another cable project. It is the Cable & Zip Raglan Cardigan from Y2Knit. I had the pattern, and I have lots of Mission Falls 1824 Wool. I refuse to think about the zipper. Samus needs one too. This is my “major” Cable KAL project. Guess what I got from KnitPicks? Sock yarn!… Continue reading More Cabling
Today, I joined the Fall Cable KAL 2006. So I thought that I would show my progress on my Irish Hiking Scarf. I still have a couple or three feet to go. I am enjoying this pattern. I am comtemplating attempting cables without a cable needle. though I have been doing cables the same way… Continue reading Red Scarf Continues, Gratuitous Puppy Shots
So I have finished one sock in the fall colors, Yukon Leaves pattern, and one sock in the Opal Elemente Rainbow Ripples pattern. It’s a pair! I am avoiding the loonngg foot in DH’s Trekking socks, which are really a lot brighter than mine. Click for larger photo. Look what DH found at the end… Continue reading Autumn Sockie