Pic Flick! (A.K.A Piccie Overload)
Above is the Tapestry Beanie I did after Harley's school cardigan. I love the colours (sorry the piccie is a little fuzzy..I think it was like my brain that day).
Having completed the little jumper (above) that I was working on I finished all of my 10 Large Projects to go with all the 10 Small projects. So my yarn diet is finished (uuum..not that I did 100% well on it..or even 80% at times! But I did heaps better then if I wasnt on it).
And the last thing I did for my Knitting Olympics is my Westbury Worldwide Sock Knitting Competition socks. Done in gorgeous green (the true colour just wont show up) Merino Bambino. I was amazed to see that at the end of the socks I still had what is shown left of a 20g ball!! I wasnt sure if I would make it to begin with but to have that much left! I was surprised (ok so the socks are for a baby but still...I wasnt sure I would make it)! I know I have done well when my 3 1/2 year old looks at me while I was knitting the sock Friday and tells me "mummy thats a cool green". Glad she approves.
Before starting the Knitting Olympics I finished up a few UFOs to cover the waiting of casting on Harl's school cardi. This Shawl Collar jumper (above) was one of the things I finally got finished. This was like project 7 of 10 of my large projects to be done.
I have also included a better piccie above of the Crushed Velvet jumper that was project 8 of 10 Large Projects. Glad to have that finished. And it looks good too.
I think thats enough for now. Next time I will included piccies of the yarn I dyed and the lovely tote that Cindy made for me! I ADORE it!!
My local knittingh group has a new member! And she has a blog!! Looks like she does some great stuff too! Go look!
On the Zander note. He is still at the vets. I rang this morning. He will have to stay for another few days. I want my baby man back home! Hopefully I wont have to wait too many more days though! I want him healthy first and foremost!
Take care! Keep knitting. And catch ya on the flip side!