Friday, September 28, 2007

Back in the Swing

Here we are, another Friday.

I am making progress on Juliet and loving the Lamb's Pride!

And after polling a few people on Ravelry, I have decided how to bind off the first front of the Lady of the Lake. The pattern is a little… vague, maybe?
But progress is progress!

And I have been busy buying everybody's destash! I can't resist Fleece Artist yarns! Here's Mo for today's Yarn Pr0n:

River of Mo

Isn't it just gorgeous. Softer than any of the mohair in the stash!

mo' Mo

Friday, September 21, 2007


I finally finished Tivoli!

Tivoli Finished!

And I have Yarn Pr0n!

Periwinkle Lamb's Pride Bulky

Brown Sheep Lamb's Pride Bulky… for this to be knitted on my new Harmony needles…

The beginning of Juliet

Which I started after this…

Pixie and me with the Yarn Harlot!

Yeah, it's been quite a day!

Friday, September 14, 2007


Here's this Friday's Yarn Pr0n!
Rainbow Mills Candy in the Jordan Almond colorway.
It's wool, mohair and a little nylon.
Maybe part of a Loopy and Luscious scarf?

Candy Jordan Almonds

Candy Jordan Almonds

Added to the stash this summer through destash. You know the old saying… One woman's trash, or stash, is another woman's treasure!

Oh, and I'm 12 rows from finally finishing my Tivoli T. Maybe even tonight!!!

Saturday, September 08, 2007

Lots of Stuff…

A little YPF, I know, it's Saturday…

Fleece Artist Kiss Curls

Fleece Artist Baby Kid

Fleece Artist Kiss Curls and Baby Kid in a gorgeous violet color.

A little progress…

Lady of the Lake, halfway there

On my Fleece Artist Lady of the Lake Jacket, gifted to me by my MIL for my fiftieth, YES FIFTIETH birthday in August.

Oh, and I let my 1st Blogiversary go by. It was August 30th last year when I began this.
I cannot believe that a year has gone by. And my son is away at college now. It is a strange feeling, having your child move out. Even temporarily. I guess I'll just have to knit more.

Oh, and has anyone seen those new Harmony wood needles from KnitPicks? I just ordered a set. They look really nice, and I love the options needles, we'll see how they feel to knit with.