I'm posting again! Yay!
I hate balancing the digitized checkbook (Pseudo-checkbook, as I call it).
Whew...I started this back in MARCH. Then there were those several months I took an "everything hiatus" for personal stuff, and I finally just finished this the other day.
I knitted this from wool yarn in tan and some Nomad Mongolian Camel Yarn (hand-spun, hand-dyed...not by me, of course...) in dark brown. Another photo is attached.
I started a beanie last night. I finally wanted to get started on using the Camel yarn I bought AGES ago.
I have one other blog, but no one ever reads it, so I wonder...what's the point? LOL
That's a real word, so don't start. ;-) I'm in awe of virtually everyone on this site. You are all so damned prolific with your knitting. I knit sooooo slowly.
The Russian Join is my new favorite join method for yarns that can't be felted (synthetics or the unsuspecting superwash wool...LOL). See knittinghelp.com's video of it below.
Here is my sales pitch for this project:
I finally started working on a new project (I've been working on a dog bed, but I've hit a point where I have to stuff the shell now, so I can't bring it into work as easily) with some of the yarn my