of squares to ship offf. I've yarn left for a few more - but figure if I wait I may not get them in the mail. (I'm notoriously a procrastinator)
YOWZA!! If this is procrastinating, I wish I could do it so easily. Fantastic job, Mario. -- Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.
You ROCK! These are great. I like the combination of knitting and crochet. I'm only on my second one. Kudos!
I'm sure Jason will appreciate it.
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forge on into the future;
knitting at the ready.” -- E. Zimmerman
I'm halfway done with my 7th square. I guess I'll post pics before sending.
Wow, these are great! Do I see crocheted granny squares in there? Just curious, 'cause I'm thinking of possible doing one or two of them myself.
yes - you see granny squares. a couple of varieties.
Only five of the squares are knit.
I'm in awe, I only have half of 1 done.
the odd thing is that the photo makes it look like some are huge and some teensy - but I don't think there is more then a half inch difference overall beteen any of them....and that's on the small size with a strechy square.
Cripes! Freakin' lace voodoo man!
nope - just size 10 needles. only 27 stitches per row goes pretty fast.
do you sleep??? wow I'm impressed! I love the mixture of patterns and colors - I hope you'll remember to send a note along with your contribution. and THANK YOU - this (I'm sure) will inspire others to get going on their contributions as well!!!
It helps to not have a life *sheepish grin*
It also helps to have 12 or so hours of TIVO backed up and waiting for viewing.
The big challenge is getting the package to the post office and actually mailed.
Oh dear my single offering looks pretty meager!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Procrastinator? With a baker's dozen already finished? How can that be?
Well, you see, I *should* have been weeding the garden.
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