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Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Moving Along

Disaster has been averted, yarn has been received, yarn has been sent and knitting has been done. Whew!

blue #2

I didn't let the blue sweater get me down. In fact, I bound off stitches for the armholes last night. I don't think this is going to be another 2 week sweater, but I think I can live with that. I'm just happy try number 2 worked out and the gauge behaved this time.

KSH

My Rowan KSH arrived yesterday! There is nothing better than free yarn! Unfortunately, I will not be able to wear the sweater I am making until I am in a more delicate condition. (hint, hint)

And my Sundara Worsted Merino is on it's way over as we speak. I can't wait to see what Sundara came up with! Again, unfortunately the sweater will not be for me, but possibly will be ok at a later time.

13 comments:

Sundara said...

hee, it sucks that you'd actually have to you know, commit to having another person in your life to wear these!

YarnB said...

can't you just take in the "hint hint" sweater for yourself??!!

gleek said...

could the sweater be a maternity sweater? i'm so interested in those lately due to my "delicate" condition :)

Connie said...

do you get your sample back after they photograph it for the book? if so, you *can* wear it some day! love the KSH!

Lisa said...

Hmmm... wonder what that "delicate condition" could be?! Glad the second try with the cashmere went well!

schrodinger said...

Glad to see that the sweater is coming on nicely. The Rowan KSH looks gorgeous.

Kelly said...

The second try looks great. It's interesting to see your designs come to life through glimpses of different pieces. I'm curious to see the sundara sweater!

I've been scouring CT to find the exact color of KSH you just received!

cynic the lamb said...

Yeah yeah, knitting yay, yarn yay, beautiful yay.... *raising eyebrow* What is this about a "delicate condition?" You must email me stat.

Moni said...

hmm.."delicate condition?" Dying to know what that means :)

nothing like a little kidsilkcrack to make one's day!

Jessica said...

Ooh, I know lots of people whose condition is, um, delicate these days.
And I'm glad the cashmere project is back on track. :)

JulieFrick said...

Oh, I'm so glad that more patterns are coming out for those who are...sticking out. I'd been wondering if the pattern-writing trend would catch up with what appears to be a boom in the babymaking world!

sulu-design said...

Okay, can you tell that you have everyone all in a tizzy?!? What delicate condition???

dlittlegarden said...

Free yarn.... That sounds wonderful!