This is an Alexander Henry fabric named, "Sew Wow, Sew Now!" I may have them backwards. Anyway, I thought it was so cute with its sewing implements. Now what can I make-maybe I will attempt a box bag. Again. Advertisements
I have a Pink Renewal Klean Kanteen water bottle that I am knitting a cover for. It wasn't handy so this is The Firm Hibiscus bottle modeling the Opal Flamingo sock yarn water bottle cozy. When the flowers in the Aerogarden bloom, they will be pink too. The pattern I am using is sort of… Continue reading Cozy in Pink
365.117 Originally uploaded by pknit the flower plants in the Aerogarden are growing, as is the water bottle cozy from leftover Opal Flamingo sock yarn.
365.117 Originally uploaded by pknit OK, now I have to decide which sock yarn I can send to a winner in my Blogiversary drawing.
I don't think I can knit much tonight after working in the garden for a couple of hours. I am not sued to so much bending and stooping, I suppose. First we planted 10 or so tomatoes. Still have one that is kinda small yet. I got one shot before the camera battery died. Must… Continue reading Gardening Afternoon
Ina, Linda Lindley and Elsie Ogle are the lucky winners in my blog contest. Please send me your mailing addresses and I will get the prizes sent out. I have contacted you, via blogs and Ravelry. I still have not determined Ina's prize, but it will be sock yarn.
365.115, originally uploaded by pknit. Wee Tiny Sock from leftover Ruby Sapphire Luster Merino/Tencel sock yarn in Darlene colorway. This is for the Wee Tiny Sock Swap hosted by Emily. I started this last nigh, and got past the heel and gusset. I finished the rest at today's meeting of the NW Georgia Knitters Group.… Continue reading Wee Tiny Finished Object