Monday, September 01, 2008

This IS a Knitting Blog?





If you're on Ravelry you might know I still knit. A lot. If you're not (if you're a fiber artist, and you're not, you should be) here is proof that I do, in fact knit:
A shoulder shawl, knit with Schaefer Anne yarn.
A market bag, in Peaches and Creme yarn.





One of two knit and beaded necklaces, a quick and fun project from 101 Designer One Skein wonders:
Two of a few hats I've knit for charity during August.
There are a few other projects but not ready to be talked about. I will say, though, one is being knit with the dreaded Noro Kureyon. I love the way it's striping. I will reserve final judgement on Kureyon until I'm through. So see? I still do knit. :-)

9 comments:

Anita said...

Lots of finished projects there! They all turned out great!! :)

Grace said...

lots of great projects there, I love kureyon I must be in the minority! Its not alpaca but I still enjoy working with it!

Bubblesknits said...

You've been very busy! I've got the market bag on my to-do list. :-)

km said...

Those are great projects. I'm going to have to check Ravelry for details if you have them there. I LOVE the necklace. I don't have that book yet though. And the market bag looks awesome. I'm just to the handles on my BYOB, but I'll need a different pattern for my next market bag. I still have lots of cottons in my stash.

smariek said...

Ah, you have been busy knitting! I've never knit with any of the Noro yarns before so have no experience with that, however I have always admired the colorways.

Roxie said...

You GO girl! Look at all those finished objects!!

Noro's colors almost make up for the scratchy feel. Almost.

Channon said...

Your ruffled brim hats are so cute. I really should try again one day...

rita said...

I'm making a market bag, too! I'm not too far, though, and it's a birthday present; I only have 24 days left, so I need to get on the ball.

On the ball, haha, I crack myself up.

vegasangelbrat said...

Great projects ya got there :)
I"Ve noticed on Ravelry all your projects. Love the necklace and I think your market bag came out great. Reminds me of another one I crocheted.
Noro is great for striping, it does soften some after felting. I'd like to try their sock yarn eventually.
Keep up the knitting!!