A Christmas ornament sockie from "vintage" Red Heart sport from my first knitting phase. Quarter shown for scale. I got confused on the neck and shoulder shaping of my entrelac vest. After trying it and ripping it out a few times, I took it to Knit Night at The Taming of the Ewe in Jacksonville… Continue reading Finished Sockie
This guy who is speaking on a panel discussion at the Modern Language Association, is conducting research on The Speed of Meme through the blogosphere. I am posting this to help a poor graduate student. Please post to your blogs. Then go here to ping. Which reminds me, anyone have any ideas for a presentation… Continue reading In the Name of Research
Some of knitting. I am close to finishing the other side of the front of my entrelac vest. Then it has to have side panels and seams and the collar. I decorated my office Christmas tree. It needs something for the top. I have crocheted wreaths that were a gift. Closeup of my Christmas cactus… Continue reading Lots of Pictures
Nobody said they were from the same garment. The right front of my entrelac vest. The left is not going to match, as not many of the skeins of Kureyon seem to match. The sleeve is for my Twist cardigan.
OK, so the consensus among my readers was to add the crocheted ruffles to Advika. DH distracted the puppies for the photo shoot. Gee, this has been a complex project.
I got my long-awaited Hot Socks Swap package today, from Nicole in Germany. The Regia Havanna color yarn is very nice, but look, she sent lots of chocolate and some good-smelling tea. Everything was wrapped separately in apple green flowered paper, shown next to the yarn. It was like Christmas early. She mailed the box… Continue reading Hot Socks Swap Package
The sunflower heads of summer are faded and dry, but still make interesting photo subjects. And finally, I felt up to the task of weaving in ALL those ends inside the Advika Mitts, from Mission Falls. I also had to relearn embroidery stitches I had long forgotten. DH just does not understand why I don’t… Continue reading Saturday Sky and Mitts