Monthly Archives: May 2009
So my love of my new loom has been pretty prominent lately, but I do still knit. I recently finished up a baby blanket out of Comfort Worsted and gifted it to the sweetest little two-month-old lady I’ve seen lately. … Continue reading
Honestly, this weaving business is so much fun that it feels like cheating. I like scarves. I really do. I just don’t have that many because I *hate* to knit them. So boring. Going on and on and on and … Continue reading
It’s been a week since I bought my Ashford Knitter’s loom, and I’m enjoying it tremendously. It was a very busy week, so I didn’t have quite as much fibery time as one would expect with both my roommates out … Continue reading
and there are pictures! I especially love the ones of the kitties on the blanket. Thanks Renee for the coordinating and seaming goodness!
I’ve been looking for a new challenge, something to occupy some time and give me a new creative outlet for the stress in my life. Something therapeutic. I thought about trying spinning more, maybe going for a wheel, but that … Continue reading
This is my finished Unshaped Shrug. I’m very pleased with it. I added an extra repeat to the width, and just tried it on as I went to get the perfect side-to-side length. I decided in the end to forego … Continue reading
Revknits has started putting together our Afghans for Afghans blanket. It’s so cool to think of this thing being a collaborative effort between 11 other knitters and myself! She’s got pictures of assembly in progress over at her blog. It’s … Continue reading
I’ve spent most of my knitting time this week working on a cotton shrug using Henry’s Attic Inca Cotton. I’m using the Unshaped Shrug pattern. It’s just scrumptious. The shrug has worked up VERY quickly. It went without a snafu … Continue reading
I love watching Barb’s sheep over at Sheep Gal. She’s having a contest to celebrate the release of her new dyeing book. Enter the contest and watch the videos of the little lambs – they make me smile so much.