Tuesday, February 27, 2007


A recently finished project, Misti chunky Ribs & Ruffles Sarf.

This pattern was easy and fun to knit. I decided to begin another scarf with a different type of yarn. So far it is turning out really nice. I have to admit though, the Misti Alpaca is very luxuriously soft and scrumptious!

Boy! I've actually been busy with projects. I have a baby kimono that just needs the sleeve seamed on and the sides seamed up to be finished. I am still working on the wrap for my sis that I began last September! It is coming along so slow. I also have a sweater that I am probably half finished and that has been easy, easy to knit so far but have decided to frog because I know it is too small. This was my first gauge sensitive item that I began and I failed. No biggie the yarn was on sale and I know it can be used for something else. I am planning a wrap vest. Yes, another test in gauge. Then there is the Booga Bag I have started with some Noro and have yet to finish. There is probably a dishrag or two that haven't been finished as well. I wish I could stay home from work and knit, knit, knit. I know I've said this before, but it really is what I want to do right now.

Well, enough of my rambling...it is something I do when I don't really have much to say.

1 comment:

Ragged Around the Edges said...

You are a knitting fool! Isn't that yarn yummy?

We'll beat the beast that is gauge, never fear.