Monthly Archives: June 2012
Who would have thought that this little guy….. would turn into this handsome fella!!!
So two years ago for the final Knitting meet-up of the year, I made some cross stitch scissor fobs. This year I’m planning on making something similar, but with a different design. These are the ones I made two years … Continue reading
This Mystery KAL, which I started in April of 2011, has been dormant since November 2011 due to other (knitting) commitments. Seeing I finished the Arch Shawls KAL before the deadline, and I have no other Test Knits going on … Continue reading
The weather here in Portugal is finally warming up, and Dakota loves to lie in the sun, but then she gets so hot that she needs to cool off, this time she chose the couch and stretched out on it. … Continue reading
And here it is finished. All three shawls need to be blocked, hopefully if the weather stays like it is now, I can do that over the weekend. This one was a lot faster to knit than I thought. I … Continue reading
This is the 3rd and final shawl of the Arch Shawls KAL series. I’m using some Lopo Xavier Trianon that I’d dyed with Kool-Aid for another shawl, but I wasn’t liking it, so I frogged the other shawl and am … Continue reading
For the 2nd shawl in the Arch Shawls KAL I decided to dye some 100% Merino Sock yarn I had lying about. I used nettles from my parents garden and this is how it turned out. The photo really doesn’t … Continue reading
This morning after a nice hour long walk with my two dogs, I left them at home to go meet up with some friends at Ovelha Negra, the place to get the best yarns. These are some of the fantastic … Continue reading
I started this shawl sometime ago, and I was almost done when I put it to the side to start and finish a test knit which had a deadline. When I finally picked it up again it took some figuring … Continue reading
My latest BSJ, I’m experimenting with stripes. I’m using Rosarios 4 Merino Land in colours 5, 10 and 11 with 3mm needles.