I have reached the sleeve division on my Amused sweater. That is always a spot I am happy to reach on a raglan. Fewer stitches bunched on my needles. Nashua Handknits superwash wool. Advertisements
I had not attempted to make cinnamon rolls using the bread machine before. Tonight I tried it out. I am glad the Hannbal Lecter movie ended before these were ready. I just Googled for a recipe.
Ha, Ha, I amuse myself. I started Amused from Knitty yesterday. The reversible cables are amazing me. I started the sweater without swatching-just dove in. It seems OK, though. The sweater is a top down raglan in Nashua Handknits superwash wool. The lighter blue is a crochet provisional caston. Advertisements
DH surprised me with a pearl necklace and matching earrings on Christmas. I knew I was getting the Yarn Harlot calendar. Here is the Saturday sky for today, through the open moonroof of my Accord. Here's the temperature on the dashboard, for my Northern blog readers. Cookie is warm, and is lying in the shade.… Continue reading Saturday Sky and Surprise
I felted my hot pink/teal Fiber Trends clogs this morning. Wonder how long they will take to dry in this rainy weather? We just had a thunderstorm. I want to make another pair. Advertisements
Well, actually, day, but I couldn't felt last night due to a full washing machine and it was after midnight when I finished the second clog. Here are both clogs unfelted. This image is coming from Flickr, as Typepad did not display it. I made ambrosia yesterday because that is what we always had at… Continue reading Night Before Felting
The Fiber Trends felted clog pattern was not as difficult as I thought. I finished one yesterday. This is pre-felting in stash double-stranded Patons Classic Merino in That's Pink and Too Teal. Advertisements