never ending sweater for my daughter. A mystery shawl that I should have set aside to work on the sweater, but am working on the shawl instead. And the usual dish cloth.
This is my on the needles post for the week.
Wednesday, August 28, 2013
|Karen's Log Cabin square|
|In progress square|
|Joy's handspun yarn and roving|
|I love this yarn!|
I am still working on my summer mystery shawl. I did get to clue #3 this morning. Funny, a charted lace is a mindless knit for me! I put the sweater on hold because I have to concentrate too much on the armhole shaping. My new read that I will start tonight is a Jennifer Weiner book. I love most of her books. There was a recent one that was a real dud.
Wednesday, August 21, 2013
|Another dish cloth!|
I had gone to a craft group meeting/luncheon yesterday. I choose not to take the sweater since I was at a point that I really need to concentrate and can't do that while visiting with friends. So I brought along my Summer Mystery shawl which I had set aside to work on the sweater. It was a fun lunch. Good friends, lovely salad bar and a glass of wine in a beautiful flower garden. What more could you ask for on a lovely August day?
I am also working on some more dish cloth patterns. Fun to try out different stitches and see how they work up.
Wednesday, August 7, 2013
|Still knitting along on the sweater|
|I really love the accent lace!|
|Two lovely loaves of bread|
|I just love the look of a fresh crusty loaf!|
A couple of weeks ago I had posted about the bread book, Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day. I have tried it out and it works just like they said it would! And the bread is delicious! I like that it doesn't use sugar in the basic recipe. I have another batch in the refrigerator ready to bake when we are finished with these two loaves.
This is my WIP Wednesday, KCCO and Yarn Along post for the week!