Today I got round to photographing my latest Daybreak by Stephen West. It's a scarf for Rachel, the daughter of a friend, and she told me her favourite colours were pink and orange.
Okay, I am now addicted to making dishcloths. I am getting a sense of accomplishment as they are quick to finish. I am really enjoying working with cotton.
I've been away for a while again, I seem to keep falling out of making things and getting distracted by daily life. It's kind of bummed me out a little.
Some of you may remember the nightmare I was having a few months ago with the Herringbone Jacket I was knitting for my other half from 'Classic Knits for Men'.
Here is the Beck I was working on from the Queensland collection. Made with Jo Sharp Aran Tweed.
Played with the pattern a lot (for the sleeves) and really happy with the outcome.
I just finished a cabled afghan as a surprise Christmas present for a friend. I started it in September and finished it a few days ago.
Here are some of the details.
So for the few months I have been home from Germany and since I got this job. I have had a routine going.
We're going to TX next week to visit the in-laws, and I'm thinking that a knitter's night out would be a nice break from family. Anybody know of any knitting groups in either town?
Just thought I would let everyone know I am on itunes. The latest episode of the Fiber Beat podcast is out and my interview from the Men's Fall Knitting Retreat is on that episode.