said April showers. We've had enough for a long time....
Obviously for fall, not spring. But knitters are prepared.
Notice the ladders...the yarn has a lot of silk, and I think
that is the problem. I am really hoping a lot of that will
Started a sock with the koolaid dyed yarn. For Joey
so I only work on it when he's not around. I did all of this
in a week!
experience for me. Joey loved it. Yes, the foot is lighter
than the top.
Dug out the Sophie sweater I worked on in the fall.
Blocked it. I have to finish up the sleeves. You can't tell
from the pic, but the yarn has a lot of cotton and shows
every little error.
Notice the taper at the top? That is on purpose.
9" leg, so made the ribbing a little wider. Since Mark is 6'3"
I figured he could use a little extra length.
Ruth is coming along on her sweater - and her
Martha is working on her cowl...
Here's my cowl, designed by Ann Hanson. The color transfer at the bottom doesn't make me happy. It's too rag looking. I might rip it... Now that I finally figured out the decoration it's easier to think of ripping it. This yarn is from dyed in the wool, colorway is Nostalgia
It is very springy this week...green! and the flowers are so
bright and pretty. Everything in nature is popping.
The tulips are almost done.
Ruth has a "friendly" fox she sees often, and deer in her
front yard. But Martha beats us all...she has a BEAR!
Have a fun safe knitting week dear blog readers. Enjoy
the wonders of nature before the summer heat takes over.