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Monday, April 11, 2005

Projects, and Fun Stuff


Image hosted by Photobucket.comHere are the current WIP's!!!! There is the fair isle hat, the scarf, and i have started the tank for my sister.

Image hosted by Photobucket.comClose up of the tank. There are 290 stitches on this sucker and counting them was a hassle. I have discovered that ribbon yarn stitches like to hide under each other! the first 2 rounds were tough but now that i am in the middle of the fifth it is smooth sailing from here:)

Image hosted by Photobucket.comI love how this sock yarn has turned out for DH's hat. Remember this was suppose to be for DS but I put way too many stictches ha ha ha!

Image hosted by Photobucket.comGoddies, Goodies, Goodies! See the felted bag?(March archive) the other two bags were given to me by a good friend this weekend and I couldn't wait to use them. My friend's mom passed away late last year and I helped her pack up her moms stuff this weekend. I was uncomfortable at first( I really liked her mom a lot) but after the first few minutes it got easier. I ended up leaving with 3 or 4 bags full of great stuff. I also got 2 knitting books as well. Bob the Builder toys belong to children not me. Although you can always find them in my bags:)

Image hosted by Photobucket.comClose up of a Vera Bradley bag. Lots of pockets inside and really spacey for yarn and macthing tote.

Image hosted by Photobucket.comHanging travel make up case, now is a needle and notion tote:)



Sara, thanks for letting me be apart of your weekend and I have already made great use of the bags, clothes, shoes, books, hair dryer, and the rest:)

5 Comments:

Blogger cherry blossom said...

i'm sorry about your friend's mom :(

a travel makeup case as a needle holder? that's a great idea :)

9:12 AM  
Blogger amylovie said...

Hi Catherine,

Your bag is fab! Can't wait to see it up close next week.

Amy

9:50 AM  
Anonymous leah said...

Ooh ooh ooh, yeah for goodies! I'm absolutely loving the yarn you're using for the tank... I'd have to use stitch markers every29 stitches so I only had to count as high as 29 *hehehe* I'm lazy like that.

11:08 AM  
Blogger BeccaU said...

don't you love all those pockets inside the vera bags? I have one (the vera or the miller, I don't remember which) - I love how roomy they are! And the contrasting color on the inside makes it easy to find things!

Have a super day (from a fellow RAOKer)

3:15 PM  
Blogger emy said...

Awww...tape yarn is easy as long as you don't stress out when you use it. Happened to me too; but once I relax, it behaves.

12:13 AM  

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