Rose Verde

There has been knitting going on around here, in small amounts here and there.  I have to admit, I'm a bit surprised I've been able to get any in at all. My hands are very full, but there is some down time while PB sleeps, or someone else is entertaining her.  I've also mastered knitting, … Continue reading Rose Verde

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Day 19

I'm feeling a bit speechless about my Rhinebeck 09 experience this morning.  All I can really come up with are snippets, moments, and snapshots from the weekend to share. It was cold, but not as cold or wet as we were all expecting. It was crowded, and I had to shield the belly from a … Continue reading Day 19

Verity, Verily

The smell of damp wool hangs in the air around me, a direct result of my impatience and excitement. Pattern: Verity by Ysolda Teague (Ravelled here) Yarn: Valley Yarns Stockbridge in Light Grey, approx 165 yards to knit Medium size Needles: US size 7/4.5mm circulars and double points Mods: None! I finished this gorgeous beret … Continue reading Verity, Verily

Moving On

In a flash I had finished another bib and realized that I had three bibs that needed buttons, ends woven in, and embellishments.  And once I had taken care of those details, the fever to knit cotton baby bibs was...gone!  And it's a good thing, too, because I have a lot of other knitting and … Continue reading Moving On

Slow and Steady

As it happens, avoiding knitting the Coraline sweater has been good for my productivity! This weekend I cast-on and finished one small project, and rescued a long-languishing work in progress from the pile and finished it too. To be fair, I did take Coraline along to a cookout where she got to be with other … Continue reading Slow and Steady

For the Love of Ishbel

Ishbel turned out to be one of those projects that was impossible to put down.  Once I cast on last Sunday, I was a knitting fiend, putting in some time on a row or pattern repeat whenever possible.  It must have been the perfect storm of yarn and pattern, because both were equally pleasing to … Continue reading For the Love of Ishbel

Weekend Knitting Progress

It was a good weekend for starting and making good progress on new projects.  I love the feeling of excitement when I get interested in a new pattern.  I start dreaming about knitting it, stalking finished objects on Ravelry, imagining what yarns I could make it in... Sometimes this process is satisfying enough that I … Continue reading Weekend Knitting Progress