Episode 10: Sick Week

Works in progress

Rivercat Socks by Brenda Patipa in Opal 4 ply in Surprise

Asthore Bag by Christi Wasson in Sean Sheep Rockbank for the group Stash Down A to Z (i forgot to show this)

Vignette by Amy Herzog with Valley Yarns Sheffield

Simple Skyp Socks by Adrianne Ku  in Dyeabolical Sporty

Blue Totoro by Lucy Ravenscar

New Stuff

Long on Colour fiber Club by Play at life Fiber Arts

Marion Sea Glass Eos Gradient Set by The Unique Sheep

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3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Enid Mary Shaw
    Nov 30, 2011 @ 10:42:16

    good to see you again. Make sure you keep hydrated. Maybe doing the entrelac panel on straight pins would work better?I haven’t done any, but just a thought.The socks and cardi are looking good. Could you not send Connell(sp) done the pub while you work on his? 🙂
    take care of yourself
    xxxxx

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    • willowfairyknits
      Nov 30, 2011 @ 22:02:47

      working the entrelac on straights might be something to try. it would keep things more organised i guess. (un)fortunately Connell isnt the type of guy to go down to the pub for a couple of beers. Last night he did help his brother move though, so that gave me an extra hour or two. and if i knit in our bedroom whilst he is playing Zelda then i could just hide it away when i hear him coming down the hall. but that is a lot of effort. i am thinking of just showing him anyway to make sure that it fits before i finish a whole sock.

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  2. Enid Mary Shaw
    Dec 02, 2011 @ 09:19:51

    well, once you get a sock that fits, you can surprise him anytime
    xxxxx

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