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Saturday, June 03, 2006

Finished and sort of finished projects...


Just in case you think from my last post that I have to many projects to get any of them done?? Well, this should show you that I do manage a few. Above is the washrag from Melanie Falick's book "Weekend Knitting". This will be a gift for my secret pal. I've got a few more of these to make. I'm going to use a smaller needle for the next one, because that is actually HUGE!

I also finished another present that I'm giving today...so there will be a pick of it on my next post!


This second picture is of Tobin's baby blanket...and if you notice that the inside is TO BIG for the border...so the border that I so painstakingly saved a few blogs ago...now has to be resaved! I'm finishing up the other side of sewing first and then see what happens....UGH!

Oh well...hubby is watching the football so it is time to put on the podcast and start doing some felting I think......

Oh...I also bought my drop spindle today. Carole from Webbs Green Farm Wool was so nice on the phone. She suggested that I started with an Ashford but that I will soon want to go see her and buy something a bit nicer. Looking forward to my lesson next weekend!

5 comments:

Knitting Mummy said...

I love the washrag it is really pretty. I didn't doubt for a minute you weren't getting any projects done!! I am always impressed with how much you get done.

Knitting Mummy said...

I don't think that message made sense is sounds like I don't think you are doing any projects.LOL. Oh well you know what I mean. I hope. Keep up the good work.

Dawn said...

I knew what you meant!!! Thanks...I've come across a few blogs that have cute kids clothes...I keep meaning to write you about them! You do such a good job with your little ones!

Urban Domestic Goddess said...

Love the blue of that blanket. I love doing kids' clothes. They're small and you finish quickly. ;-)

Dawn said...

You finish quickly if you don't screw it up 3 times!!! I should be done with this ages ago...but it is difficult when you have problems sometimes to actually want to do it! I don't mind the sewing up...but when the sewing up is done I've got to redo....UGH