So I frogged Ariann, and I am using the TLC Cotton Plus periwinkle yarn to knit Mr. Greenjeans from the current Knitty. However, I am contemplating using the chevron lace pattern like Ariann, like in Tater’s Cotton Cardi, instead of the rib and cable pattern. I am at the sleeve divide here. DH and I… Continue reading Mr. Greenjeans in Blue
Today the sky was clear and blue, and I worked on my Saxon sock in Knit Picks Essential Tweed Marina. I am not really following the pattern. just the idea. This is the cable from Samus. I went to Rome, GA for a meeting of the NWGA Knitters. Only Betsey and I showed up, then… Continue reading Blue Sky and Sock Redux
I frogged Ariann and cast on for another felted pumpkin last night. Ariann lives on, on this blog and Ravelry. I started Mr. Greenjeans from Knitty the other day, with the yarn that was formerly Ariann. I can do top-down raglans, bottom-up not so much. I donated to several worthy causes, including Aimee’s Walk with… Continue reading Miscellany
Kinda have some assembly required. Yes, I have stumbled across the real sock pr0n sites while looking for wildly colored Monkey Socks from Cookie’s Knitty pattern. I did enjoy my first pair of Monkeys, and I did not have to e-mail Cookie in confusion, as I did with the Pomotamus p-socks. Anyways, Beth has inspired… Continue reading Wild & Crazy Monkey Socks
Today I got the second installment of my Fearless Fibers Seven Deadly Sins Sock Yarn Club. Meet Sloth and Lust. Sloth is the light blue and grey one, and Lust is the rich purply-eggplant one. Also, today I got my punkin stitch markers from Mousie Masala. Click for larger. (Mouse sent the candy corn as… Continue reading New Acquisitions
So I finished one entrelac scarf and started another. This is my third. Thanks for the pattern, Allison. This one is the Noro Silk Garden 251 for my sister.
OK, here is what the rest of my Kureyon/Boku scarf looks like. I immediately cast on for another one in Silk Garden 251 that my sister bought for herself, for me to knit, at Knitch in Atlanta. Click for larger.