But a lot closer now, 3/4rths of the Armada is off the needle.
Spanish Armada is being bound off. It's a slow process because it takes 13 stitches to bind off three stitches - and there are aboyt 670 stitches around.
so close - but close doesn't count!
I am on row 147 of 154 rows - in fact, over half done with row 147...
and I just ran out of yarn from the skein I was using.
or the dis-membered appendages of a Penguin.
I'm knitting a Penguin as part of my 2006 Christmas list. (Yes, I know, I'm way way behind)
It's an Urban Commando Penguin. the back, head and wings are in a grey/black/white urban camo colour.
you better believe it does, it interferes with my knitting.
The qoute is bollixed up - so sue me!
Proof-knitting by volunteers underway.
Pattern is definately proofed through row 100 and I *think* I've got it corrected the rest of the way.
only 13 more to go! Granted - I'm off celebrating Christmas in 1842 but it's still the holidays. Caroling on Friday, Saturday, Saturday night and today (sunday) .
Remember the Spanish square Doily I test knit a while back?
One of the things I did last weekend while desporting myself with 88 women at the Seven Hills Inn and Resort in Lenox, Mass was attend a workshop in lace knitting taught by Pam Allen.