I had to make a plan for knitting to get a few things done on schedule:
1. Seven Things Baby Sweater....taking a class with Jeannine going thru
this book. It is basic, but I am learning a lot. Who knew P2Together
could be so complicated....
2. I started a pair of socks for Joe, just because I always have
socks going. Plymouth Sox, bamboo blend. There is a little
pattern to it,but it does not show because of the yarn. I think I
will keep it up though, just for mental stimulation.
I have a couple of other things I want to get done before Christmas....
that I can't yet share.
Check this out: I made a Baby Surprise Sweater for Tiffany's friend
Meghan who had little Jerry in July. Meghan has been putting the
sweater on him and is apparently getting lots of compliments!
(Yes my head did swell a bit when I heard this).
Ruth is moving right along on her socks:
Liberty Fibers Yarn and my abbreviated version of the
Hopscotch pattern in Outside the Sox. The pattern is more obvious
in this picture than it was last week.
Here is a picture of a knitting skeleton bag and swift holder Ruth
purchased from Laura at Slipped Stitch Studios on Etsy.
Ruth said both are terrific quality and the fabrics are fun.
Martha has been busy working on two neck warmers:
Here is Ptarmigan Neckwarmer by Jared Flood. Knitted with On Line by Trend
collection Linie 19, which is wool, alpaca, and angora. It is a tad
itchy and she will probably like to wear it with a turtleneck. She ran
out of yarn and didn't get my last 2 rows in but ... who cares!?
The second is not blocked, it is Cite by Anne Hanson. It was made out
of the Yak and bamboo she bought at Rhinebeck this year. It is soft
enough to wear without a turtleneck. She made is 1/2 a repeat longer
too, to accomodate her long neck. She said it was pretty easy to make, but
Jared Flood's was easier.
Mickey is growing - 2 1/2 lbs now. He is fun, and totally lively!
It is hard to knit when he is awake, he sits on my lap and chews the
Made a mini-Thanksgiving dinner last night for who knows what reason!
Too much food but all good. The kids and mom and dad were both here.
Joey hit a deer last week and totaled his truck, luckily he was not hurt.
Here is his new ride. A 1995 Toyota 4Runner - from Texas
Abbey is getting used to Mickey. Mickey plays with Abbey's
tail and Abbey lets her! I think that may change as Mickey's
adult teeth come in.
Here are a couple pictures of a huge deer out behind the house that
I took on Saturday - look at that huge rack.
oh yea, Joey was hunting a few miles away when this thing
was in our backyard!
Here are a couple pictures of Ruth's cat, Lucy whom I think
is quite adorable. Mickey reminds me of her a little bit :
Have a nice week blog readers.