Saturday, December 01, 2007

Busy Bee Saturday!

Hello Saturday! It was really really busy this week and for my knitting project .... I finally menage to finsh knitting a green socks(you can the pic last post) I took pic on finshed socks on wednesday night and after day i was taking other pic and accidentally pic is erased every things.. Iam going to kill myself..How stupid I am .....So I have to retake the pic and show you to youguys next week. Ok?
And this week: I have a lot of project on my needles...

I been working on "Luna Moth Shawl" patttern from On right side,it's "Stockinett-Stitch Triangles" socks from the book "More Sensational Knitted Socks" by Charlene Schurch-for Christmas exchange with Dickie from "cashmere blend"

I am using "Whispers" by Knitting Fever Mohair yarn for my mom's Chistmas present. Hopefuly finsh knit this shawl before Chistmas comes! Compare to other lace so easy! I think the stitches are came out really beautifully.

Also been dyeing some yarn for my dyeing class coming up!

Inspire by Kaffe Fassett.... Does color remind me his beautiful quilt!

"Landscape Twilight"- DK weight Superwash Merino Wool 246 yards

Also I bought a new "Interweave KNITS" Winter 2007 this week.
I got so disapponited with this new winter 2007 IK because no guys Pattern in this issue. I hope next issue has a more guys pattern like fall IK did. (Brooklyntweed! We need you!)

One of new IK winter 2007, I really like this "Tilting Cable Socks" by Chrissy Gardiner. Cable looks really cool and seem like a fun knit!

Yarn of the Week:

Lorna's laces "Shepherd Sock" #902 Funky Stripe

I got the yarn from Ravelry really cheap for $12 for both!

Song of the Week:

Sing : "Dancer" (Free MP3 HERE)

Artist : Aaron Kaufman

Album : Gone

From : Connecticut

Style : jazz, rock, and folk influences with the help

of lush arrangements and catchy melodies.



KnitXcorE said...

ohhhh charles!!!! that shawl is going to be lovely.
your hand dyed color choices always make me smile.

dickie said...

I love the colors in your hand dyed yarn!

pins&needles said...

Those are some awesome colors! They really pop! In the new Interweave, you can probably convert the Ivy league sweater vest into a man's sweater vest. I know you got enough colors to do it straight from your stash. You know you wanna!