Well, I am tired of waiting for sunshine, so here are the Diagonal Lace Socks from WendyKnits. The yarn is Sockin Socks wool/bamboo/nylon by Plymouth. The ones I started in May.
I have been working on the cable bottom strip of Faery Ring for days now. Yesterday I read about faeries in whichever Sookie Stackhouse book I am reading -has Dead in the title, LOL. I finished the cable section, then picked up nearly 300 stitches and I am working on the hem portion now. … Continue reading First Knitting,Then Pups
OK, so I made DH wait until the Food Network show on Julia Child was over. He was playing Civilization on the computer anyway. So, as the temperature has dropped 20-30 degrees, I felt like modeling a wool sweater. I also sewed on buttons and wove in the ends. Ta-da! Mr. Pecan Tree seemed amused.… Continue reading CPH Photo Opportunity & Other Stuff
I have finished the knitting and seaming for the CPH. I need to weave in ends and sew on the wooden buttons. The sleeves are a bit long, but I can turn the ribbing up. The sun is partially out for the first time in days, so I took CPH outside. The purple is darker… Continue reading Central Park Hoodie Finished, Mostly
Well, I haven’t finished with the CPH ribbing yet with my 60" Options cable, but I have installed 2 GB of RAM and a new network card. I am back on the Web. Tonight I have been plagued with problems with USB devices, and I am wondering if the ports were affected by the zap… Continue reading A Little Progress
Today I got my Wee Tiny Sock in the mail from Cathy, all the way from Minnesota. I would link to her blog, but the address is on the desktop in another room. We heard a loud bang behind the desktop during a thunderstorm, and I think the ethernet card is dead. However, I am… Continue reading Sockie and Hood
Well, purple is in the family, right? H is for Hoodie. I have gotten about six inches or so done on the hood for CPH. The cables show up a lot better outside in the sun. The other reds. I got the LG 8350 from Verizon in January, coincidentally. It goes well with Basque Red. … Continue reading In a Red Mood