Wednesday, October 25, 2017
I have finally finished the Gift of Love Afghan that I was making for my niece. It is now fully completed, and ready for Taylor to enjoy. She wanted it in red an black, so I am sorry the detail on the black panels don't show up very well. The pattern is free, and available from the Bernat website. I enjoyed making this afghan.
Saturday, October 07, 2017
I have just finished this cloth today. It is from Leisure Arts Trendy Knit Dishcloths, and is called Leaves. The pattern is by Evelyn A. Clark. It was nice and quick to knit. I have used some Anchor Magicline that I found in my stash. No band on the ball of cotton. Here is a pic of the cloth.
Tuesday, October 03, 2017
Sunday, July 30, 2017
So, I have started another afghan with the Alpaca yarn. This time, I am trying out the air-cell stitch. It's my version of the stitch. I know this is what was wanted for the blanket. I honestly don't know how this will work in this yarn, as the yarn is thick and thin. But, it's worth giving it a try, right? I will pist progress ad I try this out. I have cast on about 350sts, I think. Or is it 250? I will have to count them later. I do know my circular needle isn't quite long enough, but it will have to do, I don't know if I can get a longer needle.
Saturday, July 29, 2017
So, I have finally finished the Celtic Knot Afghan that I was knitting in 100% Alpaca. I have made it for a work colleagues' sister. She provided the yarn, which had been hand spun, and was such a joy to work with.
Friday, June 16, 2017
I don't like being home sick, especially when I know they are short staffed at work. But, when one has a case of vertigo, one has no choice. More so when it is viral related, as this is. One good thing about being home, is the knitting time. I am working on a couple of blankets, and a stole. So I have been able to work on all three, that has to be good. The stole is from the latest Interweave magazine, the Shakespeare issue. It is Maria's Stole, and is working really well. The cHart is so very easy to read.