both sides of the leg, and down the foot.
Unfortunately, I lost the tag.
Sooo. I started a pair of socks for mom, A touch of twist yarn, from
Hemlock Fiber Fest.
I'm doing the same pattern...I'm not sick of it, and my fingers are used
to it, and it looks nice...so "if its not broke....".
the yarn is absolutely lovely to work with, size 0 needle.
I started on a little bigger needle and it just did not look right. ugh!
Since last post, I finished up a cowl.
free pattern on Ravelry. I used this yarn from Rhinebeck:
Ever since the Shallows infinity scarf, I've been wanting to make another.
This is yarn I got at Hemlock, that I thought looked like Christmas!
Hopefully it will quick. Chevron Lace - Martha's favorite!
from Lace and Eyelets book
Ruth is working on some nice socks, in yarn totally different
from what she normally likes...I like it too...nice socks!
Pattern is mockery socks using Three Irish Girls merino in the Ainsley colorway.
Martha finished up some mitts, and is working on a nice sock.
I may have to get some of that yarn.
The three of us are heading to Rhinebeck in two weeks. I'm so excited.
I have not seen Martha since last year (once in a grea while I get to see her
mid-year), and I never see enough of Ruth...it will be so fun to catch up.
In other news:
buckets of fish...
Last night we made pizza on the grill. Pepperoni/onion and ham/pineapple/onion
beans, potoatoes on the grill and chicken that Joe grilled to prefection .
it was soo good. Notice my homemade wine in the pic also. We have been
eating really good this week. No wonder I can't lose weight. But it's all
Have a nice knitty week my dear blog friends...