Monday, July 24, 2006


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!


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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