I had quite a bit of left-over yarn, so I made up this little hat to go with the blanket. There was no pattern so I just matched some of the patterns in the blanket itself.
I'm officially over the edge. I only want to make socks. When you guys said it was addictive I thought you were kidding, ha!
As I approach the end of a project, I start planning the next because I know that dead time between projects is not good for my mental health.
About 30 minutes ago, I stitched together the last of the spirals. Now I'll weave in the loose ends and begin knitting and blocking the small triangles to fill in the gaps around the edge.
Well, after a good night sleep I decided that I would try and thread back and rip a few rows from my QAL shawl and go back and correct a few mistakes.
Finally about 10 days ago I got up the courage to start working on my first Herbert Niebling designed doiley.
Another terrific book in anyone's library. You can get it cheap and it is still full of ideas and creative spirit for you to squeeze it out. lol!
The Knitter's Book of Finishing Techniques by Nancie M Wiseman.
This is a terrific little book...spiral bound, in a hard cover.
Beautiful, clear illustrations and instructions. ...covers
Hey guys, just wanted to share some of my anxiety with you all and ask for some advice.
Here it is in all it's blocked out glory. It took less than 8 balls of yarn to complete (what to do with the leftovers *grins*).