Work on the Drops 97-24 continues, despite the fact that this is one of the hottest days in Western Washington history. Thankfully, I’ve progressed to the sleeve, so I don’t have to hold the body in my lap anymore. I’m … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: July 2009
I spent the last two mornings making jewelry upstairs in my studio before it got too hot! I just listed these three on Etsy:
I’m not sure I believe this:
The Norwegian yarn company DROPS Garnstudio is definitely the place to go for free patterns of the Scandinavian type. This, as anyone who has every been to an Ikea knows, is either very plain or very strange. In the interests … Continue reading
Pattern: Seamless Hybrid, from Knitting Without Tears, by Elizabeth Zimmerman Yarn: Knit Picks Swish Worsted Superwash, in copper. 14 skeins. Needle: #7 Addi Turbo Start Date: July 8, 2009 Finish Date: July 22, 2009 Comments: This was an easy pattern … Continue reading
Now, I’m not a purist when it comes to my knitting. I will fudge numbers, stray outside the pattern, or make things up as I go along. But I’m more than a little apprehensive about putting my knitting through a … Continue reading
GoodNCrazy put my Triple Chocolate Banana Bread up on Dabbled in a list of great banana recipes! Thanks, Carissa!
Or at least very nearly so. The knitting is complete, the hems have been sewn on the sleeves, all that remains is the uber-scary steeking and zipper-sewing. But never fear, I have called in the expert.
Today’s culinary adventure was less of an adventure, since I made up this recipe back in Brazil, so it’s been tested and retested. This truly is the best pizza crust I have ever made. The egg adds flavor, the yogurt … Continue reading
We have sleeve joinage. Also, a DNA cabley-thing in a band around the chest. Tim is starting to believe he may have a sweater at the end of this.