Monday, July 24, 2006

Sesame

I brought this home from the store today to make myself a Sesame. This is 100% superwash wool. I was going to make it solid, but the only color we had enough of was the burgundy, so I opted for navy/burgundy stripes. Then I dug through one of the button bins and scraped out enough of the same kind of wooden button for it. I'm really itching to start this, but I think I'll hold off just a bit. I'd like to make my rpms first, plus I have to finish the hat to the baby jacket I made.


Go on over to Martheme's Fiber Arts Blog. She's having a contest with hand-dyed yarn prizes, and all you have to do is send her an interesting postcard with a neat stamp.

Not much else to report today. Hope to have pics of the finished baby set soon.

Happy knitting!


4 Comments:

Anonymous Dipsy said...

Gosh, this yarn is so gorgeous, this burgundy shade will look so amazing together with the navy. Sesame is such a great pattern, I'm really curious to see how your progress with it will turn out!

12:25 AM  
Anonymous Ginger said...

I'm excited to see you knit this one up. I love the colors you choose.

11:17 PM  
Blogger Donna said...

I look forward to seeing the progress on YOUR sweater. Like me, you knit mostly for others and never for yourself. Enjoy!

10:52 AM  
Blogger Ragan said...

Oooohhh...that is going to be a lovely sweater!

7:41 AM  

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