Current projects OTN.
|Tea Leaves sleeve progress.|
Coronet Hat is three inches up into crown but considering frogging back to where I picked up stitches- they look bumpy/messy
|This is such an easy cable to make, testing o see if it is worthy of one of my new knitter's attempts...|
|Felted bowl, another test knit for my class of ambitious knitters. Felting will hide any mistakes.|
|Mermaid Boneyard||I wear so much black, my outfits need a punch of color. This scarf in Noro was a vanilla knit over the summer, and now it is my lunchtime buddy.|
|Easy dishcloth, sample for knitting class|
|Classic Elite yarn won in a LYS contest.|
Fuchsia One Row Lace scarf, I may not keep going with this one in the yarn I'm using, only have 190 yards, might not be enough. This is definitely a keeper pattern for gifts though. Cool stitch pattern, fast on 10 1/2 needles, easy peasy. The yarn needs to become a scarf to go with my new Pumas. Love!
|Malabrigo Kaleidoscope, forgot I had this!|
Flat top hat, not actually on the needles because I can't decide between the two yarn colorways. I'm sure I'll be up in pre-dawn hours casting it on.
As I proofed this post with pictures, I realized that everthing looks foggy, mustbe all the rain yesterday affecting the camera. Sorry. :(
Finally, I got my Coastal Knits book in the mail today and was soooo afraid to open it because the package was soaking wet. I was certain I would have a waterlogged book, but Alana in her wisdom double enveloped the tome and it was dry and incident free. Oh my God, what a gorgeous book. It is really so beautiful. Can't wait to sit and savor each pattern and page and photo.