Why, yes, I do have a number of knitting projects started. I got new yarn-a skein of Blue Faced Leicester (BFL) Worsted Heights. I think I might make a cowl. It is from Liberty's Yarns, and the colorway is Dee. I also started the Faery Ring sweater from Webs Northampton yarn in a dark teal… Continue reading New Yarn, New Project
To make up for the lack of progress on my entrelac wrap and lack of blogging, I have lots of photos today. First, the entrelac in Plymouth Kudo yarn. See the Knit Picks Zephyr needle points there? Neat and lightweight. A few months ago when it was fresh, I hung this what? Deer pelvis. maybe?… Continue reading Entrelac, Etc.
I got new yarn. My pup got a holt of my new yarn in his mouth. It is superwash, but I had to pry it out of his mouth. Anyway, the yarn is Hedonist sock in Daiquiri, from Slackford Studio. It has cashmere in it. Dogs love it. What more could you ask for? Belvedere… Continue reading Yarn and Pup
I started the second sock of the Diagonal Lace pattern right after I finished the first sock.
I finished the first Diagonal Lace Sock! I have not been knitting very much, since I think I started it in June. The yarn is Plymouth Sockin' Socks with bamboo. I started the sock with an Internet pattern that I found before DH got me Wendy Johnson's book, Socks from the Toe Up. Now I… Continue reading I Actually Finished a Sock!
I used the random number generator at Random.org, and the number was 7, which was Sara Campbell. Thanks so much to Sara and everyone else for reading my blog and donating to this worthy cause. Sara, please send your mailing address to me at pbarnett AT tds DOT com. I did exclude my sisters, who… Continue reading We Have a Winner
As I met my $250 goal a few days ago for the Komen Race for the Cure on October 10, I have decided to give away 2 skeins of Lorna's Laces Flamingo Stripe yarn from my collection gathered for planned pink ribbon socks. If you have a serious aversion to pink, let me know. Sorry… Continue reading Race for the Cure Donation Contest