Thursday, July 16, 2009

Some things...

I've been finishing...This is a Beach Umbrella dishcloth from the MonthlyDishcloths July KAL. You can look at Ravelry for all the stats...
I also finished up this little red sock (Chibi for size). This is the Loopy's Red Sock Kit. Finished it in a day, of course. It came as an extra with an order from the Loopy Ewe.
Lacy Pillars Socks...the pattern came as a gift with my Loopy Groupy gift. I had just ordered the yarn that was used in this particular pattern so I used it for these socks.
This dark picture is the On Hold socks from WendyKnits sock book, Socks From the Toe Up. I'm using Midnight Derby Dream in Color Smooshy sock yarn. Much further along than this now, working the gusset.
I started a baby blanket called Shadow Triangle from this booklet, Reversible, Very Easy to Knit Baby Blankets. I needed some in my gift giving stash, because every time I turn around I need to give something at a baby shower. I'm using Caron Simply Soft Baby Bright Ombre. I plan to knit up at least a couple more and then maybe crochet a few also.
I also started these - Salish Sea socks from the STR sock club 2007. No, I'm not behind, why do you ask?
And, I got this lovely package in the mail yesterday. It's the latest STR sock club installment...I'm not starting it until the Salish Sea socks are finished.
And finally a sweet picture of the baby, Ranger.That's all I got!

Thursday, July 02, 2009

Just a couple

of finishes since the last time I posted. This is the MonthlyDishcloths mid-June KAL called the JoAnne DishclothThese are the Lacy Ribs socks from Socks From the Toe up by WendyKnits Johnson. There is a kal for all the socks in the book. Check it out here.
I got this lovely package in the mail a few days ago.
This is what was so lovingly wrapped in that package. It is a small sock knitting project bag. It's reversible too!
This is the Orkney Pi I started in March 2008. You can't tell but I've added 12 rows since last week.
And this is how I spent yesterday afternoon. It too Sarah and I over 2 hours to get this all put together and ready for water. 30 minutes after the fire department left (they filled the pool quicker and less expensively) she was in the water despite the cooler temperatures.
I'm sure she will be back in it again today.