I finished the pink dishcloths. Here’s a close-up picture I took today during lunch.
I started some blue ones too…
I have enough Sugar’n Cream to make four sets of two. If I keep going, they could be done before the weekend is over.
Here’s hoping that LIFE doesn’t get in the way.
I finished one crocheted dishcloth today! (sorry, no pictures yet). Crochet is FAST! It really only took about 1.5 hours to finish one. Instead of using the cotton that I showed you yesterday, I ended up pulling out some pink/white striping Sugar ‘n Cream yarn. I know someone who likes pink so I thought I’d get these out of the way. It’s been a rough day, but this little project has given me a nice sense of accomplishment, which I needed. I’ll start on the 2nd one tomorrow and then I’ll have a set (and one Christmas present completed! ).
Hope your Tuesday was a good one.
Ok. I realized, as I have been knitting my handspun shawl that with the yarn I have, it’s not going to be a big as I want it to be. So I’m going to have to buy and spin some more fiber. Plus, Christmas knitting it calling to me and I want to get some things done in that regard. Knit more ornaments, plus, I just bought a simple crochet dishcloth pattern yesterday.
It’s called JustRight and BigTime Dishcloths by Neatly Tangled Designs. I bought some cotton, thinking I would knit them, but now I think I wanna get out my crochet hooks and try this pattern. The pattern looks very basic, although I’ll have to learn how to do a half double crochet again.
Oh! I just realized that never showed you the cotton I bought!
I know, I know – more blue & purples.
Oh, and even though I can’t remotely start a new project, when I bought the crochet pattern, I also bought the Attabi set – both the Cowl and the wrap. The woven stitch is very easy and basic. I think a beginner would have no problem with this pattern and would end up with a very impressive looking garment.
I cast on for the fingerless mittens, but it didn’t feel right. I wanted to knit, but not those … so I ripped ‘em out and I’m back to not knowing what to knit for the Cabin Cove Yarn KAL. *sigh*
On a positive note, I did finished my toe-up socks but was struck by a moment of perfectionism and was disappointed by the cast off, which was stretchy but still too tight in my opinion. Realistically, I knew these socks would not be perfect, and I’ve been telling myself that all along … but I guess there was still a part of me that wanted them to be. I will have pictures at some point.
I’ve been working on my little crochet baby sweater ’cause I just want it to be finished and I don’t like having an unfinished project around for so long so hopefully, I’ll have a finished photo of that soon. and honestly? I’d rather be knitting.
The ‘neverending scarf’ is now about 30 inches long. Things are moving much faster now that I understand ‘how’ I knit. Part of the scarf does have twisted stitches, but unless you look close, you can’t really tell.
I guess that’s it for now. Have a good week!!!
Welcome to the new home of my knitting blog! A new name for a new year. (I never really liked the other one anyway. )
Here’s what I’ve been up to:
I’ve worked a little bit on my ribbed scarf:
(In cased you’ve forgotten, the pattern is here -PDF)
so… it’s a little bit longer. I like scarves … but for some reason I don’t enjoy knitting them.
I’ve also been crocheting as well:
Pattern is by Denise Black in the book 24-Hour Crochet Projects ed by Rita Weiss.
Now … my first goal of the year? Toe-up socks … again… holes or no holes in the heel. I mean…
I’ve got to use all that Cabin Cove sock yarn that is the majority of my stash, right?
Talk to you soon!!!